Fail: Obama: ‘Step in right direction,’ ‘Don’t read too much into it’!/KurtSchlichter/status/221284305748500480

As Twitchy reported earlier, the White House pulled the old “don’t read too much into it” when talking about the latest jobs report. Oh, yeah, and they have used the same line thirty times in just the past 32 months. Someone needs to recalibrate that teleprompter!

Twitter users immediately, and deservedly, began to mock the phrase.

I didn't read too much into any one jobs report, but added together their starting to form a picture of suckitude.

— Frank J. Fleming (@IMAO_) July 6, 2012

#dontreadtoomuchintoit That african american unemployment is 14%.They'll vote for me anyway.

— Jeff Stengel (@JeffStengel) July 6, 2012

Don't read too much into one election.

— Josh Greenman (@joshgreenman) July 6, 2012

Don't read too much into any one Geithner tax return.

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) July 6, 2012

#DontReadTooMuch into that S&P downgrade.

— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) July 6, 2012

"Don't read too much into my complete incompetence as a leader."

— Tiffany (@devotedbangel) July 6, 2012

#ObamaCampaignSlogans: “Don’t read too much into my first term.”

— David L B (@dlb703) July 6, 2012

RT @jimgeraghty: Obama's new reelection slogan: "Don't Read Too Much Into This First Term."

— WhiteHousePressCorps (@whpresscorps) July 6, 2012

Obama: don't read too much into the last 31 job reports, but please do read too much into events at Bain Capital after Romney left.

— John Hayward (@Doc_0) July 6, 2012

RT @LachlanMarkay: Don't read too much into any one Obamacare waiver.

— Daniel Wanke (@danielwanke) July 6, 2012

Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!! RT @KevinWGlass: .@politicalmath Don't read too much into any one Obama statement.

— Daniel Wanke (@danielwanke) July 6, 2012

Me on November 7: Don't read too much into one election.

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) July 6, 2012

They also called out President Obama for his insanely out of touch “step in the right direction” remark.

@bccohan @rcmahoney Yeah yeah, step in the right direction, blah blah blah. Really? #doingjustfine

— Samantha Pfaff (@SamanthaPfaff) July 6, 2012

If Obama thinks this is "a step in the right direction" it means he's totally, hopelessly lost. #newGPS "@hale_razor: #StepInRightDirection"

— Tim Newport (@logic_101) July 6, 2012

A step back from the edge of the cliff would be a #stepintherightdirection. #Romney2012

— Justin (@theGrudgeRetort) July 6, 2012

#stepintherightdirection Firing Holder #tcot

— DanStlMo (@DanStlMo) July 6, 2012

This is a #StepInTheRightDirection, @BarackObama? I think you stepped in something, all right, because I can smell it from here.

— Chris Of Rights (@ChrisJBreisch) July 6, 2012

When you start to walk from the bow to the stern of the Titanic, you're taking a #StepInTheRightDirection

— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) July 6, 2012

The RNC was out in front with a rapid response.

Step in the right direction? No, champ. That will happen in November.

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