As is often the case when he goes off-teleprompter, at a campaign stop in Ohio today, Obama revealed a side of himself we haven’t seen since Hurricane Sandy gave him the opportunity to play The American President for a few days. The old Divider-In-Chief returned with a vengeance when in the middle of an attack on Mitt Romney he told a crowd at a campaign rally to stop booing and, " Vote! Voting's the best revenge!"
What he obviously meant was that voting is the best revenge against Mitt Romney.
What kind of divisive, ugly rhetoric is this coming from a sitting president? It's easy to sympathize with the fact that Obama's record gives few reasons for anyone to vote for him; and that for that reason, he's been forced to attempt to destroy his opponent with a half-billion dollars in negative ads -- but now the President of the United States is publicly telling a crowd of Americans to vote for revenge. And not just revenge, but revenge against another American.
But what else are we to expect from apresident who spent weeks on binders, Big Bird, birth control, and bull shit -- the president whose surrogates have used the word "felon" to describe Romney and accused him of murder?
This behavior isn't just unpresdiential, it's un-American.
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