White House: Out Of Touch Obama Is A Media Myth

August 26, 2014 2:38 pmViews: 492

Out of touch Obama

Most sane Americans agree that President Obama is out of touch with the seriousness of what is happening on the world stage and what is going on right here in our own nation. With Obama giving a 3 minute speech on the execution of photojournalist Mike Foley and then going golfing 10 minutes later, to Mr President numerous times claiming he did not know about a story until he saw it on the news and even to claiming there was, “not even a smidgen of corruption” in the IRS scandal as if he would even know, to claiming Al Qaeda is on the run only to have ISIS on the path to destroying Iraq, Obama proves over and over he is barely capable of being a community organizer, much less the President of the United States.

These are the very things that shows Obama is out of touch, but the White House brazenly claims all that is, "bullshit." No, really, a former White House Senior Administration official actually said that, along with, "This is a guy who reads 10 letters a day simply to keep in touch with the American people." Honestly, that statement right there, proves how out of touch the president really is.

If Obama and his cronies think reading 10 letters a day from Obama supporters who are probably looking for a handout, is keeping in touch with America, our problems are much more serious than anyone can begin to imagine.

Read more below from The Hill:

The White House is bristling at suggestions President Obama is disconnected, checked out or out of touch.

White House allies maintain that the storyline of a checked-out president is a myth drummed up by the news media during the summer doldrums.

“It’s bullshit,” said one former senior administration official. “This is a guy who reads 10 letters a day simply to keep in touch with the American people. He spends all his time thinking about the economy and improving lives of the American people. He’s constantly in touch.”

Obama has been criticized as out of touch by critics and supporters, with the subject discussed at length by the news media.

The criticism has been underlined by Obama’s decision to repeatedly golf over his two-week vacation, including minutes after giving a statement about the execution of journalist James Foley.

Some Democrats say the issue goes much farther than Obama’s love of the links, however.

They argue Obama isn’t doing enough to get his message out, to help Democrats on the campaign trail or to move his agenda. And they worry the depiction of Obama as checked out is one the White House needs to do a stronger job of battling.

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