He had it all, just like Bogey and Bacall:
WH defends Obama's Key Largo vacation
White House spokesman Josh Earnest defended President Obama's weekend vacation in Key Largo, despite the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, arguing Obama would be able to monitor events from Florida.
“What the president will be doing this weekend in Florida is essentially what the president would be doing back at the White House. It's just that the weather will be a little warmer,” Earnest told reporters aboard Air Force One.
Obama still has his pen and his phone. And he still doesn't have any plan, so he might as well be useless down in the Keys.
We file this under "Most Improable White House Claim Ever, Or At Least, Today:
“We have complete confidence the president can handle all the responsibilities he has," Earnest said.