Patronizing commander-in-chief touts America’s ‘ships that go underwater’!/StuOnTheBlaze/status/260572175692615680

With his sarcastic comments about aircraft carriers, horses, bayonets, and submarines, President Barack Obama may narrowly edge out Vice President Joe Biden for the coveted Most Condescending Debater award:

sarcasm is so mature Obama, please continue.

— mary landon whatley (@mary_landon) October 23, 2012

I didn’t dream up the ‘we have these ships that go underwater’ line did I? My mouth is still on the ground.

— Little Miss Rightie (@LilMissRightie) October 23, 2012

“These ships that goes underwater.” What a loon. Sarcasm is sooooo childish. Shows more BO’S true colors. #tcot #debates

— Heather Z (@ZHeatherChamp) October 23, 2012

Obama’s condescending sarcasm toward Romney is not funny rather its unbecoming and NOT presidential

— Jayne Hults (@pjhults) October 23, 2012

Obama was so arrogant and sarcastic tonight. He was very childish #presidentialdebate

— Jordan McFather (@Jordan_McFather) October 23, 2012

@foxnewslive Did the sarcastic, bully, Obama come off as Pressidential??

— Dona Myers (@MyersDona) October 23, 2012

obama is so sarcastic.. romney was classy tonight

— Concetta Buttacci (@ConnieButtacci) October 23, 2012

Obama condescending, sarcastic, aggressive, rude = off putting! Romney presidential, clear, strong. #debate #tcot #CantAfford4More

— Andrea S (@andrea_slater) October 23, 2012

Obama was sarcastic and accusatory towards Romney all evening and Obama Kept trying to insult Romney, but he did not allow Obama to rile him

— Barbara Thomas (@LadyBabs07) October 23, 2012

#debatesRomney was in control, very presidential. Obama was snipey and sarcastic. Romney won!

— RomneyforPresident (@Cgbarn) October 23, 2012

Obama: “We have these things called aircraft carriers & planes land on them.” Nasty sarcasm or just learned it in debate prep? #debates

— Mary Katharine Ham (@mkhammer) October 23, 2012

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