Skip to comments.Sandy victim to Obama: Where have you been?
Posted on 11/15/2012 12:40:17 PM PST by george76
Obama, touring parts of New York City slammed by Hurricane Sandy, was chided by a girl for ignoring the disaster.
As the president waded through a supply center, a girl who was waiting for goods told a reporter, "We need help--he should of been here a long time ago,"
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I saw it and it was amazing. Chucky looked like he wanted to be anywhere but on TV at that moment. Which is ironical when you understand the most dangerous ground in the world is the area between Chucky Schumucker and the TV cameras. Strong men blanch at the thought of being caught there.
> Where have you been?
He was busy bribing voters to vote for him on Ohio.
“he should of - who writes this tripe?”
Paul Bedard — author of the article.
You’re right to pin it on the writer. The girl probably said “should’ve” — the proper contraction of “should have”. It happens to sound just like “should of” — but, the reporter “should’ve” known which was correct.
He isn’t there to help. He’s there for a photo-op. So far as the msm is concerned, they’re the same thing.
That is most likely an accurate quote. People really are that ignorant of proper English.
I guess it’s true: “A little child shall lead them.” (Not that the MSM will cover this.)
Exactly...if he went to Staten Island, where’d their moxie go?
Shoulda told him to eff off and eff the helicopter he rode in on...POS.
you wanted change... right?
you voted for it... twice
GWBush had relief in NOLA within 2 1/2 days.
It’s been 2 WEEKS and 0bama is doing barely anything
and they’ll keep voting dem.
morons. i don’t feel sorry for the stupid... only those cursed with their proximity
Proper spelling and grammer is a loosing battle...
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