Vitriol & President Barack Obama?

When President Barack Obama was asked by CBS’s “Early Show” about the strong critiques of his time in the White House, Obama volunteered Beck and Limbaugh and said they have spewed “vitriol” against him.

Actually, Obama said this:
"When you listen to a Rush Limbaugh or a Glenn Beck, it's pretty apparent. And it's troublesome," he said. "But keep in mind there have been periods in American history where this kind of vitriol comes out."

The remarks by President Barack Obama about vitriol came in response to Smith telling him he's been listening to talk radio and "the kindest of terms you're sometimes referred to out in America is 'a Socialist.' The worst of which I've heard is -- called 'a Nazi."'

President Barack Obama has attacked big business, Banks, "fat Cat" CEO's, Fox Cable News, and lately the insurance Industry. Now he attacks Rush and Beck for partisanship and overheated rhetoric!

The President calls for end to partisan 'vitriol': Is this Hypocrisy at its worst?

asked by Kaylee in Politics | 1801 views | 04-03-2010 at 12:02 AM

"Vitriol" is defined as severe criticism and bitterness in speech and writing, which is exactly what President Obama is concerned about.

Mister President Barack Obama uses scare tactics and vitriol all the time. Obama claimed that not passing the stimulus package would create a catastrophic depression from which we would never recover. He has condemned honest opposition as racist, dangerous, and terrorist. Obama has been spinning up so much hate and vitriol to demonize all those who oppose him that it is scary.

I cannot in good conscience say that the President has lived up to all of my expectations and that he has fully established what the country's direction should be.

Obama must live on a different planet and get advice from people with serious mental disorders. I cannot believe the flip flops and crap that comes out of his mouth. His brain must be on the left side of his head just like his ridiculous comments and the other lefties like Axelrod, Imanuel, Gibbs etc.

Who, exactly, Herr Obama, on Talk Radio called you a Nazi? Name this straw-man opponent. Or is it another one of the many ''enemies'' that don't exist? You know, like the ones that the news and entertainment media love to create to ''make a point''.

Video of President Barack Obama's interview.

answered by Brody | 04-03-2010 at 12:09 AM

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