Oh right, we’re to believe President Empty Chair wasn’t butthurt over Clint Eastwood’s performance the other night. Well, except for this petulant tweet and caterwauling from his media palace guard.
The most thin-skinned president we’ve ever had also wants to you know how criticism and derisive humor just bounces right off him.
“He is a great actor, and an even better director,” the president said in an interview with USA TODAY aboard Air Force One, on his way to campaign rallies in Iowa Saturday. “I think the last few movies that he’s made have been terrific.”
However, Obama seemed less eager to review Eastwood’s latest performance, on stage at the Republican National Convention Thursday. The 82-year-old Hollywood icon introduced Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney with a rambling 12-minute improvisation that included a rude “interview” with an empty chair purportedly occupied by an invisible Obama.
Was he offended?
“One thing about being president or running for president — if you’re easily offended, you should probably choose another profession.” Obama said with a smile.
These people have taken feigned outrage to stratospheric levels these four miserable years, and he’s actually telling us he’s never offended? Please. Go back to community organizing, sport. The blood-stained streets of your neighborhood in Chicago could use some leadership.
Oh, go read the comments the Obots are churning out at the story. They’re as delusional as he is, if not more.