As I was watching FNS yesterday morning, I tweeted that unless President Obama was breathing fire at the terrorists in his speech to the nation last night, he would be called a failure by conservatives.
— JohnAmato (@JohnAmato) December 6, 2015
His speech was measured, as he tried to reassure the country that if we give in to fear than ISIS wins, but I didn't think Fox News pundits would start cursing on air because they didn't get their carpetbombing mantra.
Monday morning started off with crazy retired Lt Col. Ralph Peters, who called Obama a "pussy," for last night's performance and then it continued on Fox News' Outnumbered, with a rant by Fox News contributer Stacey Dash, that was editied by the Fox News censors as the words left ther mouth.
Dash: It’s ridiculous. His speech was an epic fail. It was like when you have to go to a dinner with your parents, but you have a party to go to afterwards, that’s what it felt like. he was just trying to get through it because he wanted to go to this event afterwards.
I did not feel any better. I didn’t feel any passion from him, like you said Andrea. I felt like he could give a shit– excuse me, like he could care less. he could care less! And here we have fourteen people dead
The only way a person like Dash would have felt better was if Obama repeated the phrase "radical Islam" over and over again for the entire speech.
Conservatives on TV are losing all perspective and have been continually using inappropriate language since the 2016 presidential primaries have begun. The NRO's Rich Lowry went ballistic on Megyn Kelley's show when he said Carly Fiorina Cut Donald Trump's 'Balls Off Like A Surgeon'
Kelly was visibly upset and told Lowry he can't behave like that on television, but it hasn't stopped.
And as the Republican field of presidential wannabes try to top each other by seeing who can tell us how to kill the terrorists and their families the best, the Conservative punditry class will not be far behind them.