Could I just say that every time I hear Obama say "my military" it makes me CRAZY! Stop it please!
— Olga Perkins (@LaTicaChica) August 30, 2013
Twitter had fun Thursday night roasting ‘Rambobama,’ the army of one who made it clear he’s not afraid to go it alone in Syria if he can’t build a coalition of allies. He won’t really be going it alone, though; he made it clear today that he has his own military at his disposal.
Whether it was intentional or just another “off-the-cuff” remark, the president’s choice of words didn’t sit well with many.
@Talkmaster I *thought* i heard him say "my military" on the news, but I figured I misheard it, since I thought nobody would ever say that.
— jgeorge (@jgeorge) August 30, 2013
Did Obama refer to the U.S. Military as "My Military" today? Yes he did!
— Nachumlist.com (@Nachumlist) August 30, 2013
Obama: "I've had my military and our team look at a wide range of options" MY military?? MY military?? Um, who pays for it @BarackObama ?
— The Triv Show (@TheTrivShow) August 30, 2013
Just take it out of his “stash” of Obama money.
Obama "MY MILITARY" – what an arrogant, incompetent ass.
— Female barbarian (@flatwalk) August 30, 2013
Not surprising; it's the view of an emperor. All hail Caesar. @KatiePavlich: Love how Obama said he had "my [his] military" look at options.
— Bob Page (@Outcastgolfer) August 30, 2013
Obama’s not an emperor. Remember? He said so himself, in an effort to explain why illegal aliens were still being deported under his watch.
Obama: "my military" – Prick thinks he owns everything. Obama you did not build "OUR" military.
— John Gort (@JohnGort) August 30, 2013
Obama's speech today… "MY military…" Does not this make your hair stand on end? If not, it should.
— Gretchen (@colm346) August 30, 2013
Obama called it "my military" no, it's the people's military and you're suppose to go through congress to get authority!
— TJ Leininger (@TJLeininger) August 30, 2013