Here is Your Classy and Bi-Partisan Candidate of Washington Political Change Insulting Nancy and Ronald Reagan at First President-Elect Press Conference
CHANGE? REALLY? LOOKS LIKE MEAN AND INSULTING POLITICS AS USUAL … HOW TYPICAL OF OBAMA.
Barack Obama campaigned on the premise of change and that he would change the way things are done within Washington, DC and the political sniping that has permeated the environment.
How Presidential … first press conference from President-elect Barack Obama and he takes a shot taken at an old lady named Nancy Reagan.
It did not take Obama very long to break his first campaign promise about civility and creating a new “can’t we all get along” environment in politics. Barack Obama took no time in insulting Nancy Reagan and the deceased former President Ronald Reagan. At Obama’s very first President-elect press conference he sees fit to insult Nancy Reagan. America, this is what you have empowered and now you are stuck with it for 4 years.
America, nothing says change, bi-partisanship and the promise of a new day like making fun of an insulting the aging and ailing wife of a former President of the United States who was a Republican icon.
Looks like this is the “change” that we have to look forward to a long with the rest of the lies that came from Obama’s mouth during the campaign.
Obama says in his first post-election press conference that he’s spoken to all the former presidents — Carter, Bush, Clinton, as well as the current Bush — and, looser than he’s been in months, dares a joke at the expense of the widow of the most recently deceased.
“I have spoken to all of them who are living,” he says. “I didn’t want to get into a Nancy Reagan thing about doing any séances,” he says.
He was responding to a question, from the Chicago Sun-Times’ Lynn Sweet, about whether he’d spoken to all of the “living” former presidents.
President-elect Barack Obama called Nancy Reagan on Friday to apologize for a remark about seances he made during his first news conference earlier in the day.
Obviously Barack Obama had so much admiration and affection for Nancy Reagan that he felt it quite OK to insult her. One thing is for certain, Barack Obama better grow up real fast and understand that he is the President of the United States. The days of acting like a comedic fool are over. However, it was just that ridiculous nonsense that got him elected. Barack, you are at the grown ups table now … act like it.
U.S. President-elect Barack Obama apologized to former first lady Nancy Reagan on Friday for making a quip about her doing seances.
“President-elect Barack Obama called Nancy Reagan today to apologize for the careless and off-handed remark he made during today’s press conference,” said Obama spokeswoman Stephanie Cutter.
“The President-elect expressed his admiration and affection for Mrs. Reagan that so many Americans share and they had a warm conversation,” Cutter said in a statement.
The MSM love-fest continues as media laughs at mean and insulting joke.
“In terms of speaking to former presidents, I have spoken to all of them that are living,” Obama said. “Obviously, President Clinton.”
Some in the audience of reporters started laughing at the fact that Mr. Obama had felt the need to say he spoken to the presidents “that are living.”
As Michelle states, at least Obama did not call Nancy … Weezy. That should be a litmus test for all politicians. If one screws up Sanford & Son trivia you are not allowed to run for any office.