During Obama's 'Twitter Townhall' question and answer propaganda event, certain opponents, critical of Obama lack of true openness and leadership ability, jumped in to ask their own question. I guess cause they couldn't get their questions answered in DC.Republican House Speaker John Boehner posted dozens of questions for Obama on his page.
"After embarking on a record spending binge that left us deeper in debt, where are the jobs?" Boehner asked.
Obama chuckled, and called Boehner's question "slightly skewed."
Through a spokesman, the Speaker fired back: "Where are the jobs?' isn't a 'skewed question' to the millions of Americans who lost jobs since President Obama's failed 'stimulus' spending binge began,"Scores of other Republican members of Congress jumped in for the opportunity to post their own questions.
"Why do you refuse to reform entitlements?" asked Rep. Joe Walsh of Illinois. "They're on an unsustainable path & reform saves them AND cuts debt."
"House Republicans have passed a budget to lift the historic debt and put Hoosiers back to work #askobama about his budget," read Indiana Rep. Marlin Stutzman'sBut the most impressive comment came from the US Chamber Of Commerce, "Will you help businesses and free enterprise create #jobs by getting government out of the way?"
And Paul Ryan was sounding like a Presidential candidate with his, "Fearmongering won't solve our debt crisis. Americans deserve a real debate. You pick: when and where?" Ryan said.Of course, Obama only responded to questions he thought he could answer.