Barack Obama became a household name after his famous keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. It was hard not to be impressed when he declared, “There is not a black America and a white America and Latino America and Asian America — there’s the United States of America.”
After that, it became commonplace to hear Obama described as a great orator — even though few people could probably quote a single line from his first or second presidential inaugural addresses, and it became obvious to some that he didn’t mean a lot of what he said anyway.
Conservative critics have been saying for years that Obama’s rhetorical skills were as overrated as his other “accomplishments,” and now, as his presidency finally winds down, even his staunchest supporters might have to start agreeing.
A Fox News video shows Obama’s attempt to criticize Donald Trump at a press conference going horribly wrong. Apparently his trusty Teleprompter went on the fritz, leaving the president to sputter…
If we turn against each other based on division of race or religion. If-if-if-if-if-if-if-if-if-if-if we fall for, you know, a bunch of okie-doke, just because, you know it-it-it. You know, it-it-it-it-it-it sounds funny or the tweets are provocative.
Clearly, the very thought of Donald Trump has the ability to reduce his Democrat nemesis to a sputtering mess.
It’s like watching a lifelike robot suddenly malfunction, except it didn’t happen in Disney’s Hall of Presidents, but in real life. America has been under this “robot’s” control for eight long years. Luckily that era is coming to an end.