Morgan Freeman Voices Absurd Obama Ad

What the hell does that say? It says absolutely nothing. All it does is start whining and making excuses. Every president inherits challenges. Few have faced so many. Yeah? That’d be surprising to George W. Bush. He had 9/11, his own recession. Ronaldus Magnus, the four years of Jimmy Carter, the Iranian hostage crisis he had to settle and fight the Cold War and defeat the Russians, the Soviets. These people think they’ve had it so tough. Four years later our enemies have been brought to justice. The hell they have. Our enemies are spiking the football. Zawahiri and Al-Qaeda are spiking the football! Killing our ambassador in Benghazi and three other Americans, after Obama has said there is no more Al-Qaeda. After Obama has tried to tell everybody he’s brought Al-Qaeda to its knees.

Ayman al-Zawahiri of Al-Qaeda is spiking the football, making a mockery. How do you run an ad that says our enemies have been brought to justice? Our enemies just killed our ambassador. (Obama impression) “It was a video. The video may as well have been the trigger.” Tom Brokaw on Meet the Press yesterday. During the roundtable, David Gregory said, “The issue of the debt, the issue of taxes because I think it’s important to get to one of the big issues here. We have got to in these final few weeks try to reach some resolution about this revenue issue whether we raise revenue to deal with the debt. Because whether it’s Medicare or whether it’s dealing with the debt level at the level that it’s at, without agreement on both sides, we’re not going to be able to tackle some of these more difficult issues, Tom.” What do we do, Tom? You’re the big anchor, what do we do?



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