You Won’t Believe Why Obama Is Being Compared To Hitler This Time


Rep. Randy Weber (R-Texas) took to Twitter on Monday and made a complete ass of himself by comparing Preaident Obama to Hitler.

Weber, angry that Obama didn’t attend the solidarity march in Paris on Sunday tweeted the following:

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“Even Adolph Hitler thought it more important than Obama to get to Paris. (For all the wrong reasons.) Obama couldn’t do it for right reasons.”

I just can’t even….

Did he even think before he typed at? Stupid question, of course he did. He probably thought he was being super clever.

Instead he looks like a complete and utter imbecile.

First of all his first name is spelled “Adolf” NOT “Adolph.” The least he could’ve done was learn the proper spelling of the person he’s  comparing the president to.

Secondly, Hitler went to Paris because he wanted to occupy it. He didn’t go there to stand in solidarity with its people. He terrorized and killed them.

Weber is beating a dead horse anyway. The president’s press secretary, Josh Earnest, has already admitted that they made a mistake by not sending a senior official to the solidarity march in Paris.

“I think it’s fair to say we should have sent someone with a higher profile,” said Earnest. “There are some who suggested that the U.S. presence at the march should have been represented by somebody with a higher profile than the ambassador to France. And I guess what I’m assaying is we here at the White House agree.”

What more does the right want?

The people suffering from Obama Derangement Syndrome complain that the president never takes responsibility for anything, but when he does, they still complain.

Making a mistake and not going to Paris hardly warrants being compared to a dictator who killed millions of people. It also makes absolutely no sense.

Am I surprised? Not really. If we had a penny for every time the president has been compared to Hitler, we could fund his next trip to Paris ourselves.

 

 

 

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