Obama called the “L” word

America’s first female president, Barack Obama certainly has milked the pretend “War on Women” to its fullest, but to be called this?!

Yes, Obama has been called lazy. Sorry if you were thinking Lesbian, but that would imply that he actually likes women.

Sheriff David Clarke called Obama out (pardon the pun) for responding to the recent Ferguson shoot of two police officers with a “Tweet”. Oh wait…he condemned the act on the Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show, too. Then again bashed the city of Ferguson.

Independent Journal Review:

“He took the lazy way out, he issued a tweet,” Clarke added, referring to President Obama. “He didn’t have the decency to put on a suit and go to the East Room or the Rose Garden and issue a heartfelt condemnation of what’s going on in these assaults against officers.”

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“I think it’s empty rhetoric, what Eric Holder offered today, and the president — through a tweet, of all things — when they have, now, an obligation to stand up and remind people in these urban ghettos, these American ghettos, that they have a responsibility to comply with law enforcement officer commands…”

If I’m not mistaken, Sheriff Clarke was a former supporter of Obama. Think more people like him are out there?

 

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