Posted by | February 22, 2012 13:32 | Filed under: Top Stories

Apparently until everyone has a job and gas prices are lower, the president should be morose.

Barbara Walters got the ball rolling, saying to Elisabeth Hasselbeck “I know that you think this was a campaign tactic.” Elisabeth took umbrage at her accusation, but Barbara gently snapped back “You already told me this.” She went on to say, “You have to remember that Richard Nixon, a very serious man, played the piano in the White House…[President Clinton] played the saxophone.” She didn’t see anything wrong with the president attempting to counter the perception that he is “cold” and “aloof” and doesn’t have a sense of humor.

Joy Behar chimed in at this point: “Every president has danced, except for FDR, because – you know – he couldn’t,” and Elisabeth took this opportunity to have her say. “I think there is a time to dance…I just think you should not be singing and having fun until gas prices are lower and people are getting jobs.”

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