Sunday, May 1, 2011


It seems like all the political talk nowadays is about how President Obama is a horrible president and isn't doing anything he promised during his presidential campaign. What was said and will be said again much improvement can be done to an already hurt economy in 4 years? It's not that easy as everyone thinks, especially when you have opposing parties against you, scrutinizing your every move and decision.

Last night at the White House Correspondents Dinner, it was President Obama's turn to call out all the haters, most predominantly Donald Trump, a potential presidential candidate for the upcoming elections in 2012. After the "controversy" regarding Obama's legal U.S. birthplace, the President put everyone in their place. Other people he roasted were FOX News, Michele Bachman, Matt Damon, and even his VP Joe Biden, but most of the speech was directed at self-proclaimed big shot Donald Trump.

In response to his public humiliation, Trump said to Fox and Friends, "Well, I really understood what I was getting into, I didn't know that I'd be virtually the sole focus. But I was certainly in a certain way having a good time listening." The annual event was "inappropriate in certain respects." The Donald even called out Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers who hosted the dinner and openly skewered Trump saying, "his delivery frankly was not good. I had no idea it would be to that extent, where you know, it was just joke after joke after joke. It was almost like, is there anyone else they could talk about?" calling him a "stutterer."

Seeing these videos, I was completely caught off guard because I didn't know it was "okay" for the president to call out people at a formal annual dinner. But I am glad he shutup all the haters who have been constantly criticizing him. This shows that President Obama isn't phased by all the hate remarks he's been getting during his presidency and is not afraid to give others a taste of their own medicine.



You Just Do You, Imma Do Me


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