September 18, 2012

PRIORITIES: “President Obama never heard of a fundraiser he couldn’t find time to attend, and he is always ready to hang out with Hollywood types and rappers. When it comes to national security, however, his calendar suddenly gets crowded.”

Related: Obama’s Leadership Vacuum.

UPDATE: Investor’s Business Daily: An Unserious President In Seriously Perilous Times. “The Mideast is in turmoil, the economy is faltering and the president opts to spend precious time with David Letterman, Beyonce and Jay-Z. Are we the only ones to wonder if Obama’s suited to be president?”

ANOTHER UPDATE: Barack Obama Cannot Be Serious. “If Barack Obama consciously intended to demonstrate his contempt for this constitutional republic and its citizens—and who knows, maybe he does—he couldn’t do it any more dramatically than tomorrow night’s event. Think about it. Just a few days after trying to deprive a man no one had ever heard of from enjoying his free-speech rights because some foreigners claim they were offended, the President of the United States flies off to party with another man who’s earned a pasha’s fortune exercising his own free-speech rights with language that offends many more Americans than not.”

MORE: Reader Michael Wallace writes:

Thanks Glenn. That is an ad that simply writes itself.. . Mitt calling out BO for attending the event, then Mitt reading a few of these lyrics, then looking into the camera saying, as your President I will not associate with people who write and sing such stuff. Doing so is beneath the dignity of the office.

Of course, one could say the same thing about Bill Ayers, or J Wright or a member of the Muslim Brotherhood — gosh the list goes on, doesn’t it?

Yes. Although MSNBC would just edit out the context and run a story about Romney’s uncontrollable cursing.

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