Obama’s best frenemy strikes again:
“Governor Romney’s argument is, ‘We’re not fixed, so fire him and put me in.’ It is true, we’re not fixed. When President Obama looked into the eyes of that man who said in the debate, ‘I had so much hope four years ago, and I don’t now,’ I thought he was gonna cry. Because he knows that it’s not fixed.”
I guess it’s not clear if “he was gonna cry” refers to Obama or the other guy. Is he saying Obama felt the guy’s pain, or that he was bearing witness to his own handiwork?
Either way: Four more years!
Makes sense, right? Obama got more time during the debate because it takes him twice as long to spit it out. Why shouldn’t we give him twice as long to keep doing what he’s been doing?
I wonder if Obama is starting to regret crossing Hillary on the Benghazi coverup attempt? I wonder if he’s starting to regret appointing her in the first place?
So, we’ll just put this one in the binder — get it?? — along with Biden’s “The middle class has been buried the last four years.” And Clinton’s previous comment that Americans would love to be doing better financially, to have a growing economy again, so they could pay more in taxes.
With friends like these, who needs popcorn? Seriously, I’m asking. Popcorn, anybody?