Last week CNBC televised a presidential economic town hall meeting with real questions from real Americans.

Last week CNBC televised a presidential economic town hall meeting with real questions from real Americans.

The aim? To hold Barack Obama, America's CEO, to account. This gave Obama the distinction of being the only CEO CNBC has ever held accountable.

First up, Anthony Scaramucci, a former Obama law school classmate and current "Jersey Shore" breakout star The Mooch. No, he's actually a Wall Street hedge fund manager.

"I represent the Wall Street community, and we have felt like a pinata," Scaramucci said. "When are we going to stop whacking at the Wall Street pinata?"

Oh, I don't know - maybe when the candy comes out? That's how pinatas work.

Aww, you feel like the government has been whacking you with a stick? What you call a stick on Wall Street, Americans call a trillion-dollar bailout of your industry.

What I guess a lot of Americans would be saying to Obama right now is, "Whack me with that motherf---ing stick!"

Until your papier-mache bellies are no longer stuffed with government candy, walk it off.

All right, let's move on. Does anyone who wasn't at fault for the current economic situation we're in have something to say?

Maybe one of your middle-class Americans, so they can shower you with that sweet, sweet praise.

"I'm exhausted of defending you, defending your administration, defending the mantle of change that I voted for and deeply disappointed with where we are right now," one attendee said. "I've been told that I voted for a man who said he was going to change things in a meaningful way for the middle class."

Wow! She gave an incredibly reasonable critique of the Obama administration and cut to the very heart of this administration's failings.

Mr. President, perhaps I can shed some light on this woman's dilemma. She voted for the man who said he was going to create affordable and accessible health care for every American, bring immigration reform, hold the banks accountable, end "don't ask, don't tell" and close Guantanamo Bay.

Instead she got you making excuses about how hard it is to get something passed in Congress, defending middle-of-the-road bills, not closing Guantanamo and saying the politics of these issues are difficult.

It's like that feeling you get at 3 a.m. when you buy the Magic Bullet. You think you're going to make zesty salsas in under five seconds and then make different frozen cocktails for everyone because it's so easy. How could you not have a party?

But then you get it and the drinks taste like crap because you can't clean the garlic and onion from the salsa schmutz out of the blades and you're so pissed off. Not to mention your wife bought gin instead of tequila. Who buys gin for a margarita?

I guess what I'm saying, Mr. President, is I don't know who is to blame - you for making this crap sound so good or us for believing it.