Smartest President evah? NOT!! Watch Obama do an incoherent tap dance when asked some tough, direct questions:

Politico provides the full account of Obama’s inability to answer tough queries:

But it was his elaboration of his usual lament about failing to change the tone of Washington that immediately drew a sharp response from Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

“I think that I’ve learned some lessons over the last four years and the most important lesson I’ve learned is that you can’t change Washington from the inside,” Obama said, appearing to admit his inability to fully deliver on one of the driving themes of his 2008 campaign. “You can only change it from the outside. That’s how I got elected. And that’s how the big accomplishments like health care got done.”

Without TOTUS, POTUS is an empty head and not good at actually talking substantively. He also teed up Romney.

But wait, there’s more. The real smack down came when the Univision interviewer challenged Obama for his total failure to keep his promise on immigration:

However, much of the time in front of the Spanish-language audience here was spent on Obama’s failure to get comprehensive immigration reform — something that Obama attributed to focusing instead on the economy and blaming Republicans in Congress.

But to host Jorge Ramos, that answer was not good enough.

“You promised that, and a promise is a promise,” Ramos told Obama. “And with all due respect, you didn’t keep that promise.”

No kidding. Gracia a Dio por una intrevista directa. (Thank God for a tough, hard hitting interview.) The Lame Steam media was given a powerful lesson today how inept Obama is when pressed to defend his abysmal record.

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