Anyone who–as the president did–disses Debra Burlingame and then rudely walks away, is truly classless. Obviously there is no excuse for that sort of thing. He needs a spanking. Badly.
Since he got into politics he has no time for teaching. He no longer has any class.
Like ETAB says, this guy can’t take anything less than adoration.
Normal humans are embarrassed when they are given anything they didn’t earn. This guy has never earned a single thing and thinks it’s proof that he’s a god.
Careful. I know Bush treated Cindy Sheehan with respect but that was well before she went political (and off the deep end). Debra Burlingame has found her voice as a political advocate and I admire her for that. And she is not looney tunes like Ms. Sheehan. But she did approach the president as that advocate.
Debra Burlingame engaged him in a civil discussion and he rudely turned his back on her.
You know what would have happened if this was a liberal questioning a conservative president. The liberal would be yelling something obnoxious to try and disrupt the moment and create a scene.
He said no 3 times: did you think he would just stand there forever or that he can’t say no?
There are polite and impolite ways to “say no” and to end a conversation.
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