“Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak is making a regular habit of turning to the social media site Twitter to zing President Obama, and he was true to form Saturday with a clever observation about the president’s vacation.
Sajak “nailed it” in a tweet on just how relaxing Obama’s vacation really is, as captured by the crack team at Twitchy:
Fewer speeches, no press conferences, fewer decrees. Never thought I’d find someone else’s vacation so relaxing.
— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) December 28, 2013
And with that, Twitter users, to include Fox News Channel’s Monica Crowley, were quick to show their approval:
LOL +1 RT “@patsajak: Fewer speeches, no press conferences, fewer decrees. Never thought I’d find someone else’s vacation so relaxing.”
— Monica Crowley (@MonicaCrowley) December 28, 2013
Zing! RT “@patsajak: Fewer speeches, no press conferences, fewer decrees. Never thought I’d find someone else’s vacation so relaxing.”
— LilMissCapitalist (@LilMissRightie) December 28, 2013
But the conversation quickly turned to just how much it cost taxpayers for Mr. Obama to be on vacation and if it was worth the investment — a debate that didn’t last long:
@patsajak Yeah, but is it worth $4M to keep him out of our hair?!
— Tam (@cherokee1020) December 28, 2013
Well worth the investment! @patsajak
— Alan (@realistic_view) December 28, 2013
— Michael Sorg (@mrsorg) December 28, 2013
Full Twitchy coverage of Pat Sajak
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