Skip to comments.White House says photo ops have some value, after all
Posted on 07/11/2014 7:32:59 PM PDT by Nachum
The top White House spokesman on Friday tried to staunch a torrent of snarky commentary this week poking fun at President Obama´s assertion that he wasn´t interested in a border photo op." Veteran CBS News White House Correspondent Mark Knoller peppered White House press secretary Josh Earnest with questions about whether Obama really intended to eschew photo ops in general. His view is that solving problems is most important, and solving problems is what somebody who´s exhibiting leadership is focused on, Earnest said. And that´s what the president was doing when he was in Dallas on Wednesday. It´s also what
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The entire Obama administration is on drugs. They are all convinced he’s doing his job, and that they’re doing their jobs. It’s no wonder this country is so effed up. And we have two more years of this crap. I don’t think I can stand much more of this insanity.
Good graphic. But wait, there’s no ice cream cone?
Let me see. Who is it that the people of The United States elect to be our chief executive? Why, that would be the President.
“Mr. President, the people of The United States would like a report from you concerning what you personally saw at the border in the Rio Grande Valley.”
That’s what we pay him for. He doesn’t want to do his job? Let’s use Air Force 1 to shuttle these people back to Central America. Obama can buy a bus ticket to Martha’s Vineyard for his oh, so important, vacation.
Then why didn’t they show him scratching the 8 ball or golfing the cue ball?
What a crappy Posuer hold.
You loser. I’d spot you 4 balls and maybe even shoot one handed.
The white hut was the initial side to propose a photo-op with Perry when it FIRST suggested to have a hand-shake on the tarmac...
And who can forget this intentional pose?