Conservative talk radio host Mark Levin pulled zero punches on his radio show last night.
Speaking on the Islamic terror group ISIS, which just posted a video showing the beheading of American journalist James Foley, Levin said, “They’re at war with us and our pathetic president is playing golf.”
Minutes after he finished delivering remarks on Foley’s death, Obama was back on the golf course.
— Major Garrett (@MajorCBS) August 20, 2014
“He used to do pot, he used to do coke, now he does golf,” Levin shouted.
Levin called Obama’s decision to go golfing immediately after addressing the nation about the savage beheading of one our own, “unbelievable.”
“And these pictures are sent all over the world. Every hellhole where these cockroaches live and function and rape and destroy they see it! They see him laughing five minutes after he gives that pathetic commentary. On the golf course. And he’s supposed to represent us.”
Obama supporters and apologists in the media are also blasting the president’s bad behavior in the face of myriad crises.
I’ve always been a big Obama supporter. & love golf. But even I think it’s insensitive/wrong that he golfed right after the Foley press conf — Brian Koppelman (@briankoppelman) August 20, 2014
Writing in CNBC, Politico’s Ben White says Obama is “starting to lose some of his base in a way that could cost Democrats the Senate this fall and turn his last two years in the White House into a nightmare.”
And perhaps the most damning example of Obama’s reckless behavior was captured by this New York Daily News front page photo:
“Good lord,” Levin lamented. “I tell you what. Two bad elections and look it’s happened to us as a people. Look what’s happened to us. Look what’s happened in the country. Look what’s been done to the presidency. Look what’s been done to our government. Look what’s been done to our military. Look what’s been done to our border. Look what’s been done to our economy. Two freaking elections.”
(Audio via RCP)
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