Posted on | September 4, 2012 | 13 Comments
Interviewed Sunday on KKTV in Colorado, President Obama was asked to grade his presidency and gave himself an “incomplete.” Maybe he’s grading himself on the curve, but Paul Ryan isn’t impressed with Professor Obama’s academic rigor:
Republican vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan said in regard to the comment, “Four years into a presidency and an incomplete?”
Ryan complained that “[t]he president is asking people just to be patient with him” before attacking Mr. Obama for “picking winners and losers in the economy” and borrowing and spending money.
“That doesn’t work,” he told CBS News’ Charlie Rose. “So, I think the incomplete speaks for itself, and that is why I think we are going to win this and get this country on the right track because we’re offering solutions.”
Added Romney Campaign Spokesperson Amanda Henneberg: “If President Obama can’t even give himself a passing grade, why would the American people give him another four years?”
I’m reminded of Bluto in Animal House: “Seven years of college down the drain. Might as well join the f–king Peace Corps.”