Shameful: Obama pushes immigration reform at Bush Center dedication [video]
Unbelievable. President Obama never misses an opportunity – just plugged his immigration proposal at one of the least partisan event. WOW!!~
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) April 25, 2013
Oh no he di’n’t!
— Broderick Morgan (@bm87x) April 25, 2013
Oh yes he did.
The campaign that never ends continued today on the stage at the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center. As always, it’s all about President Obama and his agenda.
<<<My shocked face: Obama making #BushCenter all about him. Another campaign speech? Really? REALLY?
— ★♥ Harriet Baldwin(@HarrietBaldwin) April 25, 2013
Dedication of his predecessor’s library? Sweet opportunity to plug immigration reform.
Obama talks immigration reform at #BushCenter event: “I am hopeful that this year … that we bring it home.” Name-checks Boehner.
— jennifer bendery (@jbendery) April 25, 2013
A little politics in Dallas – Obama says Bush will deserve credit if immigration reform passes
— Jonathan Karl (@jonkarl) April 25, 2013
So that’s his big pitch? Pass immigration reform because Bush? Put on your shocked face.
— Andy Potter (@ShiningCity) April 25, 2013
Obama now talking about comprehensive immigration reform. Wow. #BushCenter
— Bill Murphy (@billmurphy) April 25, 2013
Obama just can’t help but politicize the dedication of the Bush Library and push his agenda. What a jackass #tcot
— Fritz Chapin (@GrandOldPartier) April 25, 2013
Yes he is –> @domeniconbc: Obama pushing immigration reform from Bush library speech?
— SalenaZito (@SalenaZitoTrib) April 25, 2013
Immigration reform push in Bush library speech? Toeing the line just a bit.
— Mike Memoli (@mikememoli) April 25, 2013
Leave it to Obama to make his speech at GWB Library dedication a stump for his immigration bill #skell
— greg (@gregory1228) April 25, 2013
But the campaign-style pitch for immigration reform was out of place. #BushCenter
— James Taranto (@jamestaranto) April 25, 2013
The Bush Center celebrated the gathering of five U.S. presidents as a “great American moment.” Leave it to Obama to shift the attention to him with shameless and shameful politicking.
I was seriously ready to tweet something nice about Obama until he brought up immigration reform.
— Rebecca O’Brien (@1976baby) April 25, 2013