Which “values” are you referring to, Barack?

The time you lied to us with the infamous “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor” ?

Maybe when you gave Iran $150B in cash?

Or maybe the “values” of your speechwriters, reminiscing about their time working for you?

Obama’s West Wing frat house. Aide tells how all-white speech team called each other ‘bro’, drank, exploited their jobs to sleep with women, made d*** jokes – and president deployed the f-bomb

Via Daily Caller.

Former President Barack Obama had some barely veiled criticism for President Trump at a Monday talk in San Diego, implying that American values “are not being upheld.”….

Obama added, “Our democracy, just like any organization, can’t work if, for example, we don’t insist on facts. Like, facts are really useful….

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  1. Los2000 says:

    Of course your values aren’t being upheld Obama…We’re not Communists!

  2. Alain41 says:

    Assume that Obama equates Feds withdrawing from driving K-12 education as not valuing public education. Instead of it’s just a different approach to the same value. (I’d argue that libs are more interested in federal control of kids than educating them.)

    Another ‘value’ difference is Trump enforces Red Lines against gov’t atrocities. And instead of honoring a deserter in the Rose Garden, Trump will have a military parade down Pennsylvania Ave.

    Military as a force for good and not using federal preemption to suffocate creativity. Hmm, baffled by what values Obama is concerned aren’t being upheld. Probably explained by a video.

  3. Katharine the Great says:

    Wow, wonder what drew Obama to San Diego…

    Could it have something to do with the caravan of Honduran migrants seeking asylum at the border?

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