“Obama’s move to strip the mountain of its name honoring former President William McKinley, a son of Ohio, drew loud condemnations from Ohio lawmakers, including House Speaker John Boehner, who said he was “deeply disappointed” in the decision.”
That’s the type of response from “Sir Cry-a-Lot” (as one WEB pundit has dubbed the “Sensitive Speaker”) we’ve come to expect on an almost daily basis.
Poor Mr. Boehner. He gets “disappointed”, quite often “deeply disappointed”, by the actions of his one-time golf buddy, everybody’s Dear Leader, Barack The First.
But, as with his real BFF, “Senator Mumbles” (another nickname by the aforesaid pundit, for Mitch McConnell), that’s as far as it goes. It’s fair to say, the GOP today enjoys the two most “deeply disappointed” folks in Washington. And for those of us who helped send these two guys there, we are among the most “deeply disappointed” voters in America.
More reading at Patriot Post: Obama Climbs Mount Hubris
By the way, according to the article above, Congress officially names the mountain, so how is it that Obama can unilaterally rename it? Of course, in context, the question answers itself.