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President Obama's Anger Translator on Climate Change

Posted on 1 May 2015 by Guest Author

A little Friday humor - at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner, President Obama and his anger translator discussing climate change at the 1:45 mark.

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  1. The last sentence by Luther to Michelle "he's crazy" creates an ambience of joke around Obama rant about "stupid irresponsible snowball throwing...". Obama must have orchestrated it to soften the ensuing conflict with Sen. Inhofe and that's understandable.

    But the issue is not a joke (at least for me), therefore Obama should have left the rant without adding any "craziness" to it.

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