The criticisms of President Obama continue to roll in by the right and beltway media elites because he refuses to cower in fear when a terrorist attacks. The Brussels attack happened while Obama was in Cuba, ending decades of cold war treatment and instantly the conservarazzi demanded that the president should flee Cuba and return home to address those attacks.
President Obama has always refused to kowtow or to show fear to the cowardly terrorist attackers, but they must be laughing at the 2016 Republican presidential field of candidates, who are wetting themselves with crazed rhetoric and inhumane ideas.
Instead of running home like a frightened child, the president continued on his international journey and stopped in Argentina, where he was at an evening function and was asked to dance the tango. Immediately calls rang out from the same bedwetting players. "How dare he dance the night away!!!"
Enter the Morning Joe crew, who this morning dissected President Obama's unbearable decision to dance the tango.
As usual, the right leaning Mark Halperin, bashed Obama by using the "consensus" view that the president being at a ballgame in Cuba didn't look good and Obama should have used more "stagecraft" to appease those looking for Trump-like escapades.
Richard Haass thought Obama should have gone to Argentina, but that somebody needed to be fired for allowing him to dance the tango in public. "It's fine to go to Argentina, you want to do the work, but you’ve got to be careful of these little photo ops or optics, baseball games and tangos. That’s inconsistent with the seriousness of the day."
Mika thought most of Obama's actions looked strange to her. "His sleeves were rolled up, he had shades on, he was doing ESPN interviews, it felt really strange to me."
And Nicolle Wallace, a former Bushie, added that Obama should have taken more time out of his schedule to address the attacks. "There were mothers laying dead while their, you know, family members were at the crime scene yesterday and to look like the priority is to go on a foreign trip instead of pausing for a minute and explaining that to America is a communications crime."