Montage: Obama Just Found Out About (Insert Scandal Here) and He’s Really Mad

Obama’s scandals are piling up, yet his reaction is always the same.
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We’ve added to the montage. We’ve added today’s Obama outrage over what he learned just today from Eric Shinseki about what’s been going on — what’s allegedly going on — at the VA. He just found out about it today, so we’ve added today’s outrage to the montage. Here it is again, starting March of 2009.

OBAMA MAY 15, 2013: It’s inexcusable, and Americans are right to be angry about it, and I am angry about it.

OBAMA OCTOBER 21, 2013: Nobody’s madder than me about the fact that the website isn’t workin’.

OBAMA OCTOBER 18, 2011: It’s very upsetting to me that somebody showed such bad judgment, that they would allow something like that to happen.

OBAMA APRIL 15, 2012: If it turns out some of the allegations that have been made in the press are confirmed, then of course I’ll be angry.

OBAMA MAY 13, 2013: I’ve got no patience with it, I will not tolerate it, and we’ll make sure that, uh, we find out exactly what happened.

OBAMA JUNE 3, 2010: I am furious at this entire situation. I would love to just spend a lot of my time venting and yellin’ at people.

OBAMA MAY 15, 2013: We’re going to hold the responsible parties accountable.

OBAMA MAY 16, 2013: The minute I found out about it, then my main focus is making sure that we get the thing fixed.

OBAMA MARCH 18, 2009: I think people are right to be angry. I’m angry!

OBAMA MAY 21, 2014: I will not stand for it, not as commander-in-chief … None of us should. [I]t’s dishonorable, it is disgraceful, and I will not tolerate it. Period.



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