— BT (@back_ttys) July 10, 2014
“Hope and change” is at least five years past its shelf-life, so how are the Democrats expected to re-brand the president ()? Their latest move is to position Barack Obama as the man of action frustrated by a do-nothing Republican House. Behold:
Add your voice to President Obamaâs and tell Republicans to get to work:
— The Democrats (@TheDemocrats)
“Do something” — now that’s inspirational leadership.
Like this? MT Add your voice to President Obamaâs and tell Republicans to get to work:
— BT (@back_ttys)
Speaking of which, how's his fundraising and golf trip going?
— SunnyRight (@sunnyright)
they've been working, liar. Please tell your party boss to quit playing golf and doing photo ops.
— Michael (@TexAgg04)
Funny ":Add your voice to President Obamaâs and tell Republicans to get to work: â
— Keith Appell (@keithcrc)
Not funny — dead serious. And to prove it, the White House has posted this quote from the 2006 film “The Departed.” See, he’s at his desk and has his pen in hand and everything.
"I'm the guy doing his job. You must be the other guy." â President Obama channels The Departed. RT
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) aside from trying to make “the bear” happen
Your job is apparently to screw things up beyond recognition. Nicely done! Mission accomplished! How bout a selfie?
— McClimate (@Richmac33) @WhiteHouse
— Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) @WhiteHouse
Could you please let us in on what that job entails, because it obviously isnât what I thought.
— VarkDoc (@BroncosJeff) @WhiteHouse
It’s a good photo, at least.
*not interested in photo ops*
— Cody Sargent (@codysargent) @WhiteHouse