Obama to America: Let’s lower gas prices…by redistributing oil subsidies to green scams!
Shorter Obama: "stop whining about high gas prices, algae will be here in some unknown century down the road."
— WilliamTeach (@WilliamTeach) March 29, 2012
maybe ineed to start watchin the news more , b/c ireally dnt see the changes obama made the world seem like its gettin worse if yu ask me
— R.I.P BABi B.I. (@SuckOnDis9Piece) March 29, 2012
Obama really DOES want 2 stick it 2 Americans…now he wants 2 tax Oil Co's…which will cause gas prices 2 skyrocket. #ObamaMustGo
— Marian D Clough (@MarianDClough) March 29, 2012
This morning President Obama delivered a lengthy statement to Congress about an upcoming vote on oil subsidies. His pitch: cut them and invest more in clean energy – ie: let’s give more money to companies like Solyndra, which was an ultimate fail and wasted more than $500 million in taxpayer money.
Dear Mr President Obama, talk is cheap. GAS IS $4.00 A GALLON
— JCorb (@JDCorbinPM) March 29, 2012
But as most of his speeches are, President Obama was speaking to divide the country against Congress and Washington, placing himself on the side of “the American people” hoping to gain extra boost in poll numbers for the upcoming election. Well, as his advisors forget to tell him, America isn’t as dumb as he thinks. Here’s a bit of the reaction:
— Paul Townley (@PaulTownleyGI) March 29, 2012
Obama just said wind and solar are proving "thousands of jobs" actually, more like killing thousands of jobs Mr. President
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) March 29, 2012
Listening to Obama on oil. I'm struck by how… well, how ignorant he is. Also by how demagogic.
— Quin Hillyer (@QuinHillyer) March 29, 2012
Obama wants to raise taxes on oil companys, get ready for $5 a gallion
— Johnston Tea Party (@JohnstonTea) March 29, 2012
Obama sounds defensive on oil drilling and oil production. he needs to stop slamming republicans and act like the president. #complaining
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) March 29, 2012
No, but he is obsessed with them. RT @rickklein: Obama – BREAKING – "I'm not worried about the big oil companies."
— Steve Everley (@saeverley) March 29, 2012
9 months, 3 weeks, 2 days, 16 hours, 59 minutes, and 58 seconds until #Obama leaves office.
— Obama Countdown (@obama_countdown) March 27, 2012
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