Shedding what many have described as an awkward sense of humor, Mitt Romney got some laughs in Wisconsin this weekend while mocking Obama's claim to be the 4th best president.
"Have you heard he said he actually thinks he's done a great job, and he says only Abraham Lincoln-- Lincoln!-- FDR, and Lyndon Baines Johnson compare. I mean this was not said on Saturday Night Live, alright, he said this on the main stream media, and you ask yourself, how can that be?"
Romney was presumably referring to the president's "60 Minutes" interview back in December, where, when asked what his administration had accomplished, Obama replied that they had "saved" the country from a depression, rescued the auto industry, and "decimated" al-Qaeda, among other things.
However, he continued: "The issue here is not going to be a list of accomplishments...I would put our legislative and foreign policy accomplishments in our first two years against any president, with the possible exceptions of Johnson, FDR, and Lincoln."
The clip below shows both Romney's speech, and Obama's claim:
Romney's criticism for Obama's claim was not limited to the stage. He tweeted Friday: "Getting ready for WI speech. @BarackObama says he’s 4th best president of all time. How do you rank him? #ObamaLegacy."
How do you rank him?