Former AP Bureau Chief Ron Fournier's Gooey Half-baked Tweets on Obama's 'Words For Granite'
Ron Fournier, the former Washington Bureau Chief of the Associated Press, has drawn attention for being critical of President Obama...but not today.
In a series of tweets from the scene celebrating Martin Luther King at the Lincoln Memorial, Fournier is already imagining that Obama is making history in front of our eyes, speaking "words for granite." Urp:
Wow. This twin screen of MLK and Obama on MSNBC packs a wallop #MOW50.— Ron Fournier (@ron_fournier) August 28, 2013
"Tell 'em about the dream, Barack!" #WhatMahaliaWouldBeSaying.— Ron Fournier (@ron_fournier) August 28, 2013
At least Fournier was self-aware enough to retweet a critic with a very different view:
.@ron_fournier You really need to get over your Obama fanboy obsession. He is tiresome and uninspiring. Nothing he says will be remembered.— rockmom (@rockmom) August 28, 2013