Tonight I went to the 9/11 memorial for the first time, It was George W Bush's first time too. What are the odds pic.twitter.com/Y0vDeW8TsT
— Brooke Jones (@Brookedjones) December 15, 2014
@DailyMail How nice he finally decided to show up. Now will someone please arrest him!
— Dtburg (@dtburg) December 15, 2014
— Pat Sanchez (@patlks5757) December 15, 2014
Just a few days ago, NYT had a silly op-ed saying that Obama was uniquely disliked:
From the day he took office, his legitimacy has been challenged, his American birth has been suspect, and he’s been personally insulted, lectured, yelled at and disrespected in public, by public figures, in a way that few if any American presidents have ever faced.
And of course it all because of his race:
I want to believe this is not about race, but it sure looks that way. Barely nine months into his presidency, a Republican congressman, Joe Wilson, shouted out “You lie!” at the president in the decorous setting of a joint session of Congress — a flagrant show of disrespect for the man and the office. For this, Wilson became a hero in conservative media.