‘Go Home, Go Golf!’ Obama’s hostile greeting in Roseburg shows THIS town knows how to protest

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The good folks of Roseburg, Oregon didn’t exactly roll out the red carpet and play “Hail to the Chief” for President Barack Obama’s Friday afternoon visit to the survivors and grieving families of the Umpqua Community College shooting.

In fact, many were downright hostile.

Hundreds of people showed up — some openly carrying — with signs telling the president what they would prefer him to do, as they lined the streets to greet the motorcade.

Breaking 911 tweeted a photo that got a lot of response:

People of all ages appeared with signs. KATU News reporter Emily Sinovic tweeted:

And here’s that sign:

obama-golf

CBS News White House correspondent, Mark Knoller, tweeted:

And KPTV Fox 12 reporter Kaitlyn Bolduc tweeted an example of the signs mentioned by Knoller:

Townhall editor, and frequent Fox News contributor, Katie Pavlich observed:

To get a better idea of the size of the crowd, Sinovic tweeted this video:

Here’s video of local coverage, via The Real Story:

And this one from The Oregonian:

The kid was right — Obama probably would have had a better time playing golf.

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