Actor Eric Roberts Beclowns Himself With Tweet About the Beheading of James Foley
Every once and a while, a liberal has two brain cells cross paths and they rub together. The result is usually something like this:
W killed James Foley.George W Bush.He is the forgotten president as we forget & block severe trauma. @BarackObama stands for compassion.
— Eric Roberts (@EricRoberts) September 1, 2014
Roberts does not blame ISIS. He does not blame radical Islam. He does not fault Obama for just eight months ago referring to ISIS as JV (meaning junior varsity) while the group was actually on the rise. He does not criticize Obama for his failed foreign policy. No, Roberts instead places the blame squarely on former President George W. Bush, who has not President since January 20, 2009.
Some of the response tweets were epic:
Kids, this is how your brain looks on drugs ———> @EricRoberts
— Danny Fisher (@Xxessw) September 1, 2014
— JoeC (@JoeC1776) September 1, 2014
— JoanB™ (@MommaBeanz) September 1, 2014
— Gringo Suave Daryool (@2009superglide) September 1, 2014
You know that’s right.
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