Delusional: Obama claims ‘door is open’; Bemoans GOP ‘ideological rigidity’!/JonahNRO/status/303897235509370881

Zing! That should say it all.  But, there’s more. President Obama held a fear-mongering news conference today on the upcoming sequester cuts.

I’m late to this presser, has Obama mentioned the military/national security at all?

— Andrew Stiles (@AndrewStilesNRO) February 19, 2013

And by “presser,” I mean Obama talking into a television for a while then walking away.

— Andrew Stiles (@AndrewStilesNRO) February 19, 2013

Lapdogs got the most pressing issue of the day out of the way first. Boy, they sure were upset at being shut out of that golf outing, huh?

Ah. The important things. RT @whpresscorps: Press finally gets question to Obama after golf weekend: ‘Did you beat Tiger?’

— Shlomo Himmel (@ShlomoHimmel) February 19, 2013

And then this happened.

“The last thing we need is pain imposed by ideological rigidity in Washington”Barack Obama

— Jim Green (@Jim_C_Green) February 19, 2013

Unreal. Twitter users gave him the business.

How dare Obama speak of ideological rigidity.#POUTUS is the more ideologically driven President in US History.

— Melody(@prfekrdumbrella) February 19, 2013

Ideological Rigidity? That is the Obama trademark. Who is he kidding. He is the illogical ideologist in Washington.

— Voices of America (@VoicesofAmerica) February 19, 2013

“pain caused by ideological rigidity”: the death of a US border patrol agent from Obama & Holder’s gun walking plan, fast & furious #tcot

— Michael Eastwick (@MichaelEastwick) February 19, 2013

“pain caused by ideological rigidity”: losing your employer-provided healthcare coverage because of Obama(doesn’t)care #ObamaSucks #tcot

— Michael Eastwick (@MichaelEastwick) February 19, 2013

Obama’s approach to “bipartisanship” is like egging your neighbor’s car, then inviting him over for dinner.

— Matt Cover (@MattCover) February 19, 2013

And serving eggs. RT @mattcover: Obama’s approach to “bipartisanship” is like egging your neighbor’s car, then inviting him over for dinner.

— John Hayward (@Doc_0) February 19, 2013

But his door is totally open!

“My door is open. I’ve put tough cuts and reforms on the table. I’m willing to work with anybody to get the job done.” —President Obama

— The White House (@whitehouse) February 19, 2013

That would be hilarious, if it wasn’t so infuriatingly outrageous.

Obama always says “my door is always open”. Nothing but lies. It’s his way or nothing, period. #presser

— Robert Wade (@RobertCFP) February 19, 2013

Limbaugh On Obama Saying “My Door Is Open”: “This Is A Deranged Mind” VID

— Daily Rushbo (@DailyRushbo) February 19, 2013

Obama claims his “door is open,” but reality says something totally different. He lies about GOP positions and claims they have no ideas…

— Jean R. Ewing (@GenNerd) February 19, 2013

But the door is open… @politico: “GOP senators waiting for Obama outreach” (Also true of House GOP.)

— Doug Heye (@DougHeye) February 19, 2013

RT @brianfaughnan: Pres reiterates he’s ready to work with anyone who’s willing to raise taxes.

— Jeff Emanuel (@jeffemanuel) February 19, 2013

“But I will be on the golf course.” RT @jamiedupree: Obama: “My door is open”

— Jay Caruso (@jaycaruso) February 19, 2013

Obama says “his door is open,” but he slammed it shut and turned out the lights when our heroes in #Beghazi rang the bell. #LeadershipIsHard

— Joe Pasquini (@Joe_Pasquini) February 19, 2013

Jackie Calmes NYT asks: “Why doesn’t he knock on their door?” after Carney’s suggestion Obama has an open door.

— Steven Dennis (@StevenTDennis) February 19, 2013

Zing! Answer: Because leadership is hard.

And these Twitter users sum it all up for lapdogs in the media who still don’t get it.

I think it’s hilarious how the media types still haven’t figured out that Obama is full of shit when he talks about bipartisanship. #tcot

— RB (@RBPundit) February 19, 2013

Remember the media types saying Obama would be more bipartisan in his second term? They’re morons. #tcot #p2

— RB (@RBPundit) February 19, 2013

Obama honestly does want bipartisanship. As long as its Republicans working on HIS agenda then he considers himself bipartisan #tcot

— Dane Burningham (@DBHam2) February 19, 2013

“Compromise” in Obama vernacular is not bipartisan cooperation rather it means do it his way or its the highway!

— Jayne Hults (@pjhults) February 19, 2013


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