Barack Obama, Clueless and Speechless San Jose, California … The First Time He Has Seen His Remarks is When the MSM Reports tham as Well
The Teleprompter in Chief …
Friday’s embarrassing presser in San Jose, California is just a microcosm of the Obama presidency. Barack Obama stepped up to the mic for to give his prepared remarks except for one problem, he had no prepared remarks to read from and its not like he actually knew what he was talking about without his staff prepared remarks. Good Grief, really? What is Obama, a game show host who needs “dummy” cards in order to actually function? One would think that an individual giving remarks to an audience has some clue as to what they are going to say and uses the written remarks as something to refer to, not have to rely on a prepared statement to read from verbatim. Especially, when you are the President of the United States. Does Obama know anything that is going on, or is it all spoon fed to him? These remarks were about Obamacare. Are you telling me that this president cannot speak to his signature piece of legislation, Obamacare, without prepared remarks, really? Actually Barack Obama, the only person sweating right now should be you with your multitude of scandals you have inflicted upon ‘We the People.”
President Obama took the stage Friday to discuss ObamaCare, only to find that his prepared remarks weren’t at the podium.
The president twice yelled “people!” to his staff before an aide hastily delivered his remarks to the podium.
“Folks are sweating back there right now,” Obama then said through a clenched grin.
According to Obama, he heard about the IRS scandals and others for the first time when the MSM reported on them. Of course most common sense Americans think that is bunk. However, it looks like the first time he learned about his speech remarks is when the media reports it as well. What a joke.
President Barack Obama got off to an awkward and unusual start Friday morning as he took the stage to give a speech on health care reform.
Once he took the podium, he realized he didn’t have anything to talk about.
“Good morning everybody. It is wonderful to see all of you and I want to thank everybody who is here,” he said at the San Jose, California, event. “I think there is only one problem. My remarks aren’t sitting here.”
As the audience began to chuckle, Obama looked off stage, searching for his aides and uttering: “People?”
“Things by Friday afternoon-things get a little challenged,” he added, trying to stall.