President Obama's vulnerabilities were there for everyone to see in the pre-game interview

Silvio Canto, Jr.
The big O'Reilly vs Obama show was a lot better than the game.  It was a 7-minute chat that showed just how vulnerable President Obama is on most of these issues.

On Obama Care, President Obama threw "the 3 million have signed up so far" line. 

Unfortunately, there is no record that 3 million people have paid their first premium, as reported by CBS:

"The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler points out that there's no way to tell how many of the 3 million people who signed up for the federal health care exchanges have paid a premium for their health insurance, and the Associated Press notes that there's no way to tell how many of those people previously held private insurance coverage before signing up for new insurance on HealthCare.gov. "

On Benghazi, President Obama could not explain why the administration pushed a "video story" for two weeks.

On the IRS, President Obama could not answer a direct question again.

President Obama's weakest moment was blaming Fox News for Benghazi scandal, as reported by Peter Baker of The NY Times:

"Mr. O'Reilly went on to say that Mr. Obama's detractors believe the administration tried to mislead the public about what really happened in Benghazi because it was in the middle of his re-election campaign.   

"They believe it because folks like you are telling them," Mr. Obama responded.  

"No, I'm not telling them that," Mr. O'Reilly protested."

To be fair, President Obama was cool under pressure but his vulnerabilities were there all for to see.


P.S. You can hear CANTO TALK here & follow me on Twitter @ scantojr.


The big O'Reilly vs Obama show was a lot better than the game.  It was a 7-minute chat that showed just how vulnerable President Obama is on most of these issues.

On Obama Care, President Obama threw "the 3 million have signed up so far" line. 

Unfortunately, there is no record that 3 million people have paid their first premium, as reported by CBS:

"The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler points out that there's no way to tell how many of the 3 million people who signed up for the federal health care exchanges have paid a premium for their health insurance, and the Associated Press notes that there's no way to tell how many of those people previously held private insurance coverage before signing up for new insurance on HealthCare.gov. "

On Benghazi, President Obama could not explain why the administration pushed a "video story" for two weeks.

On the IRS, President Obama could not answer a direct question again.

President Obama's weakest moment was blaming Fox News for Benghazi scandal, as reported by Peter Baker of The NY Times:

"Mr. O'Reilly went on to say that Mr. Obama's detractors believe the administration tried to mislead the public about what really happened in Benghazi because it was in the middle of his re-election campaign.   

"They believe it because folks like you are telling them," Mr. Obama responded.  

"No, I'm not telling them that," Mr. O'Reilly protested."

To be fair, President Obama was cool under pressure but his vulnerabilities were there all for to see.


P.S. You can hear CANTO TALK here & follow me on Twitter @ scantojr.