Fresh From Sarah Palin’s Latest Public Kickin’, Obama Looks To Meet With BP CEO, Tony Hayward

Well, well, well. Looks like once again, Sarah Palin tells Obama to jump, and he asks “how high?” Fresh off an epic online ass kicking, as only Sarah Palin can deliver, it looks like Barack Obama is going to take Sarah’s strongly worded advice, and talk to Tony Hayward, the CEO of British Petroleum.

Jake Tapper reports:

President Obama Likely to Meet with BP CEO Hayward Next Week

When BP CEO Tony Hayward comes to Washington, DC, next week, he will almost certainly be summoned to meet with President Obama at the White House, sources tell ABC News.

Though no final decision has been made, White House officials are planning to meet with Hayward, and the president will also likely have a few words to say to him.

Hayward is scheduled to appear on June 17 at a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce oversight and investigations subcommittee.

You can read more here.

Obviously, the Obama regime has to kinda downplay this, and do the maybe game. After all, it must be frustrating to know that once again, Sarah Palin was right, and has forced Obama to react to her, …. once again.

Bein’ President is hard and junk, huh?

Meanwhile, celebrated “Profile in Courage” Mitt Romney finally came out of his coma to announce that Barack Obama is no leader!

Thanks Mitt, you can go back to sleep now, we got this one.



Filed under In The News, Politics

2 responses to “Fresh From Sarah Palin’s Latest Public Kickin’, Obama Looks To Meet With BP CEO, Tony Hayward

  1. Joy

    Actually, I think I heard on radio yesterday (June 10) that Obummer/NObama is going to meet with BP’s Chairman – not CEO Hayward. But what can the Chairman tell him that Hayward couldn’t? Of course, he’s a bit higher up on the food chain, so it’ll look good to BHO’s supporters (even if signifying nothing significant or, dare we dream, a actually producing a practical outcome!) and make his inflated ego continue to live the fantasy of talking only with the top dog at all the big corporations.

    • Gary P

      Yeah, the inside scoop is Hayward will be there. If you noticed, once Sarah said something, a whole lot of media started reporting on this one.

      Her biggest role was amplifying the fact that Dear Leader wasn’t doing his job.

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