President Obama's Magical Misery Tour million-dollar bus hit an outhouse on Wednesday. A farmer complained about the complexity of agricultural regulations.
Obama’s advice was simple: “Contact USDA.”
“Talk to them directly. Find out what it is that you’re concerned about,” Obama told the man. “My suspicion is, a lot of times, they’re going to be able to answer your questions and it will turn out that some of your fears are unfounded.”
The reporter for Politico tried to take the president's advice. Nine phone calls later, over two days, being bounced from one organization to another, guess what: NO ANSWER. Politico experiences that the president is only good for manure in farm country, as in the rest of the country.