This post is going to have to come with a beverage alert, because the chutzpah of our President is apt to make you spit your coffee on your monitor.

Earlier this week, Mitt Romney called out President Obama for conducting a “campaign of division and anger.”

Mitt Romney slammed Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday for making what Romney called an “outrageous charge” — evidence, he said, of “an angry and desperate presidency.”

Romney, using some of his most pointed language to date on the campaign trail, accused Obama of running a “campaign of division and anger and hate,” and specifically objected to comments Biden had made earlier Tuesday to a crowd in Virginia.

The vice president suggested that Romney and the Republicans intend to roll back Wall Street regulations and “put y’all back in chains.”

That remark drew a sharp response from Romney’s campaign, which called it a “new low.” Romney picked up on that line of attack at the campaign stop in Ohio, rolling out a speech he had spent  the last two days writing. In it, he pilloried the president’s record and accused him of being “intellectually exhausted.”

“His campaign and his surrogates have made wild and reckless accusations that disgrace the office of the presidency,” Romney told a crowd of thousands gathered here at the final stop on his five-state bus tour. “Another outrageous charge came a few hours ago in Virginia. And the White House sinks a little bit lower. This is what an angry and desperate presidency looks like.”

President Obama — who hasn’t taken any questions from the White House press corps in nearly two months — responded in a softball interview with Entertainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell: (h/t: Real Clear Politics)

“Well, Nancy, you’ve been on the campaign trail with me for a day and a half [yeah because two days with Entertainment Tonight invalidates four years of divisiveness — FMP], and this is pretty typical, uh, of what we do. We’re going around the country, talking about, ‘How do we put people back to work? How do we improve our schools? How do we make sure that we’re producing American energy? How do we, uh,  lower our debt in a responsible way?’ And I don’t think you or anybody who’s been watching the campaign would suggest in any way we have, uh, you know, tried to divide the country. We’ve always tried to bring the country together.”

The most divisive president in my lifetime is now trying to deny the fact that ever since he entered the public arena, he has methodically employed the Alinsky Method to distract and divide Americans in order to get whatever he wants.

Maybe President Obama has forgotten his many years of divisive tactics and is only thinking about how he’s encouraged everyone to unite beneath his totalitarian banner of socialism…

Obama’s failure in office has been so spectacular, he can’t possibly run on his record. And the President’s re-election campaign has already been so dishonest and so filled with polarizing attacks, it’s been called “one of the dirtiest in modern times.”

So no, Mr. President, I don’t think anyone needs to suggest that you’ve tried to divide the country. Dividing the country is one of your few actual accomplishments, and it came from years of practice.