June 13, 2014

From this Friday' evening, Bill-O did his best to attempt to project all of the Republicans' worst traits onto President Obama during his Talking Points Memo segment, where he blamed him for the gridlock in Washington, and used the opportunity to call the president clueless and disengaged when it comes to the recent laundry list of faux scandals they've been hammering over at Faux "news" for years on end.

Partial transcript from over at O'Reilly's blog::

Back in the 19th century, there was an American political group called the 'know nothings' because they were secretive and ineffective. Today we have a 'do-nothing' government in Washington, where little is accomplished.

When Putin invaded Crimea, America was caught by surprise; when terrorists killed four Americans in Benghazi, America was caught by surprise; when the V.A. scandal broke, the administration was caught by surprise; when thousands of children started illegally walking across the southern border, there was surprise. And now, with Iraq on the verge of collapse, guess what? There is surprise.

The president says they're working on the problem, but critics say the president has known for months that Iraq was in danger. President Obama does seem disengaged from vital problems, and American voters are starting to understand.

A new Gallup poll asks, 'Can President Obama manage government effectively?' Only 39% say yes, and just 34% believe the president has a plan to solve the country's problems.

Talking Points has been very consistent - I don't care about party politics, I want problem-solvers in Washington and in our state capitals. I have nothing against Barack Obama and I support some of his programs, but there's no question that he is not effectively running the country.

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