Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Obama Waffles And Whines
It seems rather than answering a tough question, The Obamalith instead of answering a reporter about Jimmy Carter meeting with Hamas, Barack Hussein Obama just wanted to eat his waffle and be left alone. ABC:
"Senator, did you hear about Jimmy Carter's trip. He said he could get Hamas to negotiate?" a reporter asked Obama Monday as he ate his waffle, sausage and orange juice with Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., who ordered pancakes.
Obama responded: "Why is it that like I can't just eat my waffle?"
"I'm just asking.." the reporter said.
"I'm just gonna eat my waffle right now," Obama said.
Obama's waffle comments were used by the Republican Party to cast him as unwilling to answer tough questions about foreign policy issues, and held up as an example of his closed media relations style.
Hopefully, not a scene from the future:
White House Counsel: "President Obama, what are you going to do about [insert catastrophic issue here]?"
President Obamalith: "Can't I just eat my waffle? I'm just gonna eat my waffle right now."
Oh yeah, we're in good hands with him...
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