Obama thinks so little of America it is amazing he wants to live here.
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Obama’s ripping America left and right across the sea. Grab sound bite 16. I mean, look at this. This is early Sunday morning in Malaysia. I guess Obama went over to try to find the jet, to help ’em out. No word on whether that’s been successful. Anyway, Obama’s meeting with the Malaysian prime minister, Najib Razak.
They held a joint presser and during the Q&A… Have you seen some of the questions Obama’s again getting over there? “Mr. President, are you getting sleep? Have you adjusted to jet lag?” “Mr. President, did you like your ice cream dessert that was served to you in the shape of Mount Fuji?” I’m not kidding. These are press questions. These are questions that Obama is getting, according to pool reports.
Julie Pace at the AP asked Obama if he slept well. Obama said, “I’m still on 4 a.m. time,” and the press collectively thought, “Wow! What a brave guy, our Dear Leader.” Then Obama was asked about ice cream. Another reporter asked Obama if he liked the ice cream dessert in the shape of Mount Fuji served at the state dinner.
Obama nodded, saying, “Yeah, they have the green tea at the bottom that I’ve spoken of having when I was six and I was very pleased.” By the way, Obama talked about how being back in Malaysian reminds him of when he was 6-years-old and all. I thought, “Didn’t Obama once tell us that his family took bus vacations up and down the coast of California staying in Howard Johnsons, ’cause that’s all they could afford?”
And all he needed was a pool and a soft drink and he was in there, as a little kid?
The Greyhound Bus tour. That was the extent of Obama’s summer vacations. He told us this when he was running for office. Now we find out that, as a kid, he was in Malaysia. I guess they have Howard Johnsons in Malaysia, ’cause he spent time there. Anyway, I have not lost my place. Major Garrett, at the joint presser today with Obama and Najib Razak, asked, “Human rights, racial tolerance, political accountability and free speech.