Obama Baffled By This Mundane Aspect Of Shopping

With each effort Barack Obama makes to resemble an ordinary American, he succeeds only in appearing more out of touch.

B. Christopher Agee
Western Journalism
3/12/2014

With each effort Barack Obama makes to resemble an ordinary American, he succeeds only in appearing more out of touch. His clumsy attempts to sell ObamaCare through trendy social media outlets largely fall on deaf ears, while his insanely expensive family outings belie the message that his administration is concerned with the well-being of working Americans.

Obama’s recent trip to a Gap store in New York, however, provided some insight into how removed he is from the experiences of ordinary Americans suffering under his dismal economy and oppressive leftist policies.

Surrounded by reporters, he made his way through the retailer in an apparent effort to shop for his wife and daughters. The location was chosen so that Obama could offer his support of Gap’s decision to voluntarily raise wages for all of its employees next year.

When the time came for him to pay for his purchases, Obama was apparently dumbfounded by the technology found alongside the cash register.

“Oh wow,” he remarked. “So you can sign the machine?”…

 

The article continues at Western Journalism.

 

 

Related:   Gaffe: Obama Visits Gap, Amazed by Credit Card Machine

 

Also, filed under, “Are you @#$%ING kidding?”:   President tells consumer earning $36,000 per year to choose between paying cable bill, phone bill, or health care.

 

 

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