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Obama’s political pandering quasi amnesty speech interrupted by reporter

Obama’s political pandering quasi amnesty speech interrupted by reporter

Who asked a question.

And the MSM is going wild on Twitter.

Here’s the offense:

The “offender” was Neil Munro from The Daily Caller.


Neil Munro, White House Correspondent: “I always go to the White House prepared with questions for our president. I timed the question believing the president was closing his remarks, because naturally I have no intention of interrupting the President of the United States. I know he rarely takes questions before walking away from the podium. When I asked the question as he finished his speech, he turned his back on the many reporters, and walked away while I and at least one other reporter asked questions.”


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“Is it the right thing to do for American workers?”


    Browndog in reply to Ragspierre. | June 15, 2012 at 3:06 pm

    The radio station I listen to (WJR) has ABC News blurbs at the top of the hour-

    The official ABC News report stated as followed:

    “This is great news for the Mexican people

      Ragspierre in reply to Browndog. | June 15, 2012 at 3:16 pm

      What it will really do is lead a lot of illegals down a primrose path to bitter disappointment.

      It will also force the states to either essentially give up border control or defy the Feds.

    jimzinsocal in reply to Ragspierre. | June 15, 2012 at 3:24 pm

    LOL. But..but…but…the American workers are doing fine.

    And besides..who wants to talk about the economy…this will keep those pesky Republicans talking for days.

    It will be interesting to see what the Senate/House does about this. Probably about the same as with recess appointments.

    2nd Ammendment Mother in reply to Ragspierre. | June 15, 2012 at 4:32 pm

    Isn’t one of the reasons that people immigrate to the United States to escape a tyrannical government that ignores the will of the people, the rule of law and it’s Constitution?

    Juba Doobai! in reply to Ragspierre. | June 15, 2012 at 7:49 pm

    They’re late to questioning Obama. He has shown the media scorn and contempt since before his election, and they, believing him to be a god, went along with it, writing great stories about him even as he disdained to be interviewed. How dare they ask him if anything he does is good for the American people? Who is Neil Munro? Did he not understand he was in the presence of the LSM’s god!!!??? Well, Obama showed them! A cat may not look at a god!!! Especially a LSM-created god!!!

theduchessofkitty | June 15, 2012 at 2:46 pm

Somebody should ask this question:

“That’s nice. Now, how about the MILLIONS of LEGAL, AMERICAN CITIZENS who don’t have jobs? What about THEIR civil rights?”

TrooperJohnSmith | June 15, 2012 at 2:47 pm

Uh…oh. Some smart-ass just noticed The Dear Leader was naked.

And nobody, but nobody, every does that the Teh Won.

(5) He shall have the power and duty to control and guard the boundaries and borders of the United States against the illegal entry of aliens and shall, in his discretion, appoint for that purpose such number of employees of the Service as to him shall appear necessary and proper.

From the INA.

Now Pres. Dog Breath gets to try to explain to America he’s doing that.

I’m making the popcorn…

Could someone posted the actual question for all the people at work with no sound 🙁

I predict that this in-your-face contempt of the American public will blow up in HIS face just like his positions on gay marriage, the Keystone Pipeline, the suppression of religious freedom for starters.

And than gawd for organizations such at the Daily Caller and folks like the writers of this blog. Without such, the anointed one would rampage without any opposition.

A little in-your-face question surely cannot be a bad thing in this case…

    MaggotAtBroadAndWall in reply to GrumpyOne. | June 15, 2012 at 3:41 pm

    You may be right about it backfiring, but he’s figuratively given the American people his middle finger multiple times already, and his approval ratings remain in the mid 40s.

      I just have increasing faith that the voters will do the “right thing” in November. Almost every indicator seems to be going against the anointed one and it’s high time that such has occurred.

      Plus, I have a big bet going on the electoral results that could result in a fancy swordfish dinner!

      Poll respondents can’t bring themselves to admit they dislike Obama. That’s raaaacisss, after all. I think in the privacy of the polling booth Americans’ true feelings will be expressed.

      Much of it has to do with three factors

      1 – Democrats know their party is imploding and will automatically answer “will vote Obama”/”approve of Obama” solely to try and save face at this time. (I would too)

      2 – Blacks will not, and truthfully can not, act like he is a failure – its too destructive after the hype. They wont go out and vote for him, enthusiasm is again microscopic, but they have to verbally support him if asked. (I would too)

      3 – the mid 40s is THAT bad though. Carter received 41% of the vote despite being a complete joke. For a sitting President to be polling in the 40s when half the country doesnt even know much of anything about his competitor – well…

      With it currently sitting in the 48%/45% with 4% “other” and 4% “undecided” range, with there being such low enthusiasm, we are probably looking at a Democrats best case of roughly 53%/47% win for Romney – but thats still before Romney has much of a chance to even reach out to all of those other voters who might not have seen anything other then the nightly news talking bad about him.

      Obama should have a gigantic lead because of his gigantic “sitting President” and “Celebrity” advantage. The fact that he is almost always behind, and is losing states which should be cake walks, well it points to a huge Republican win. (as long as Mitt doesnt blow it, at least)

      Also remember, in 2004 Bush was ahead of Kerry in “likely voters” by roughly 2% (49% to 47%). He won by 2.5% and became the only President to gain some of the still undecideds. Obama is behind by 4% with 4% undecided. That indicates a 7-8 point loss with only the “other” being in play (which, being Paul supporters, they will likely vote Dem or stay home).

      David R. Graham in reply to MaggotAtBroadAndWall. | June 15, 2012 at 8:32 pm

      Observe, he gave the middle finger to Munro while addressing him. Got to love the Scots.

    GrumpyOne in reply to GrumpyOne. | June 15, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    I have to do a better job of proof reading what I write… It should have been, instead of “than,” it should have been “thank.”

    Just an old fart’s brain disconnect…

Daily Caller press pass revoked in 3…2…1..

“There are enough laws on the books by Congress that are very clear in terms of how we have to enforce our immigration system that for me to simply, through executive order, ignore those congressional mandates would not conform with my appropriate role as President.”
—Barrackah Hussain Obama

But the expiration date was passed…and there is pandering to do.


    Which take me back to my personal theme for the 2012 election …

    Are we supposed to assume that they are always lying ?

    It appears so.

theduchessofkitty | June 15, 2012 at 3:30 pm


“But Emperor, you’re naked!”

“STFU kid! Who gave you permission to heckle ME??

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | June 15, 2012 at 3:37 pm

I hope Obama is a benevolent dictator.

“If there has ever been a president who has failed to give the middle class of America a fair shot, it is Barack Obama,” the likely Republican presidential nominee told hundreds of people standing in the sunshine outside a farmhouse plastered with his bus tour’s slogan, “Every Town Counts.”

Warren will also have to tap-dance around this move, and how it targets the unemployed middle class. I’d PAY to see how that is received by the South Boston blue-collar folks!!!

    That’s the thing that makes this so amazingly stupid a move. Hispanics only comprise 6-8% of the American electorate, and they are facing the same economic stresses that everyone else is dealing with, including those that are unemployed. Are they gonna be “grateful” that by doing this, Obama just made the odds for scoring a job even higher, by expanding the pool of available applicants?

LukeHandCool | June 15, 2012 at 3:51 pm

My first thought was, “It’s Anne!!”

    GrumpyOne in reply to LukeHandCool. | June 15, 2012 at 4:08 pm

    That thought crossed my mind but I don’t think that she has White House credentials.

    Something to think about though…

MSNBC is already making it about race by asking would a white president get heckled like this?

So illegal young people are “patriotic” according to this President. Good grief….what about young American citizens who are now going have compete with a million more for a job in their own country…..

Loved your tweet Professor – window dressing indeed.

    Millions are unemployed but somehow they have no potential and they aren’t patriotic enough so we have to import people for a better future.

    He blocks oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico then tells the Brazilians he wants to be their customer for their oil.

    Every one of you who are unemployed suck so badly that you don’t measure up, Obama needs to pick NEW voters, I mean citizens. Obama is doing just like the Town Council of New Haven Connecticut via the Kelo decision, get rid of the occupants who don’t support the desired property tax base he desires and thus is evicting you to make room for people who are cut from a better cloth.

Munro shouldnt have asked the question, when he did. It is clear the “president” wasnt done speaking, and interrupting a President is not something any of us should condone.

He should be punished, with his press pass revoked. The last thing any of us wants is for Reporters to be able to talk over Presidents speeches. This would have been done to Bush 24/7, and will be done to Romney constantly, if he is not punished.

That said – what has the “president” done to get the respect the office should carry? He blames and whines and excuses and avoids. No one respects this guy anymore, and stuff like this is merely a byproduct of his own doing.

When you command no respect, you get no respect. If Obama showed himself to be a big boy every so often, maybe everyone from Foreign Leaders to Reporters to even the Average American would begin to treat him like a man instead of a sock-puppet everyone cant wait to see gone.

Obama was treated like a Celebrity on the Red-carpet, which is apparently what he wants to be considered anyway. If Obama starts acting like a President, then maybe he will get that level of respect instead…

    Browndog in reply to Darkstar58. | June 15, 2012 at 5:16 pm

    When, pray tell, do you ask a question of the President, during a news conference, when he refuses to accept questions?

    In my view, it is not the fault of the reporter that felt compelled to shout a question, but of The One, who refuses to accept any-

    Not like this is important or anything….

    So this is how Democracy ends? Shouting questions at the Chancellor?

      Darkstar58 in reply to Browndog. | June 15, 2012 at 5:27 pm

      When President Romney attempts to give a speech, but is interrupted every 2 minutes by shouted questions from MSNBC, CNN, NPR and the Soros groups, just remember that you find that to be how Democracy should apparently work.

      Which, oddly, seems to match this “democracy” in action quite well

      If you want to ask a question, wait until the speech is over. If you want to act like the Occupy and Union goons, then do as Munro did…

        Browndog in reply to Darkstar58. | June 15, 2012 at 5:58 pm

        1) It wasn’t a speech. It was a press conference (note: “press” is not just an adjective)

        2) The President said “Wait until I finish my remarks”…knowing full well he would not accept any questions…reporters knowing full well as well

        3) Yes, it was beyond protocol. However, as I stated, Obama gives no choice-

        4) Every reported would have to sit listening to the canned responses by Baghdad Jay tomorrow–and how they loathe their job-

        5) Getting Obama off-script is akin to getting Hugo Chavez, Vladamir Putin, or Castro off script–when it comes to a “media event”.

        So spare me the “respect of the Office” line-

        Much of the respect is given….given by those before him–

        He doesn’t recognize that- he demands respect based on himself–NOT of the office.

        He asked a question….when none were permitted…during a “press conference”

          Darkstar58 in reply to Browndog. | June 15, 2012 at 6:10 pm

          1 – it was a news Conference – a conference to present news, which may or may not include a question and answer session.

          2 – he was right in the middle of a speech; his speech was interrupted

          3 – you would be one of the first ranting and raving when Occupy or Unions or MSNBC or some other group does the same to a Republican.

          So go ahead and get your pompoms out in support of disrespect for the office if you like, but you better not bitch when you get exactly what you are asking for…

          “I timed the question believing the president was closing his remarks, because naturally I have no intention of interrupting the President of the United States,”

          Even Munro is claiming he was out of line, just merely by accident according to him. You go ahead and rant otherwise though – its really becoming! Maybe we can even keep it up and Conservatives will have as little respect as Occupy does…

          Browndog in reply to Browndog. | June 15, 2012 at 6:23 pm


          3) Yes, it was beyond protocol. However, as I stated, Obama gives no choice-

          “So go ahead and get your pompoms out in support of disrespect for the office if you like, but you better not bitch when you get exactly what you are asking for…”

          Back under the bridge…there will be no toll paid to cross at this time.

          Darkstar58 in reply to Browndog. | June 15, 2012 at 6:42 pm

          So you feel it is against protocol, or lets just call that the “rules”, but its okay for a Conservative to break them because he just wasn’t given any other choice…

          …but when Obama goes against the “rules” with an executive order like this because he honestly, in his heart, after 20 years of Dems fighting for it, just wasn’t given any other choice, well that’s wrong…

          I get it – its just more of that superior thinking we generally see from the Left. 2 wrongs are a right, and we should live by only those rules which benefit ourself!

          Look, as I initially stated, he was wrong and shouldn’t have done it. Bitch, moan, rant, twist, excuse or whatever – that isn’t going to change…

          But I know one thing, the next time Romney is interrupted you better keep your mouth shut because clearly you have shown that if a person feels they have no choice, then they should just ignore the rules to get the results they personally want.

          Browndog in reply to Browndog. | June 15, 2012 at 7:21 pm

          I read your comment in earnest-

          Until I read –

          “ time keep your mouth shut…”

          Stopped there.

    2nd Ammendment Mother in reply to Darkstar58. | June 15, 2012 at 6:25 pm

    1 – Munro did what the MSM have failed to do… ask questions rather than take dictation. Haven’t we learned from our Conservative Blogger Heros that the only way to move the narrative is to do it ourselves, relentlessly?

    2 – Remember Valarie Jarrett’s tiff with FoxNews…. Does Munro’s question (and notoriety) push a few other members of the press pool to resist taking dictation for a day or two?

    3 – Does the petulant reaction that Munro caused, lead another reporter to wonder what The One will say if he’s caught off guard often enough? Someone might make their career doing things like that…..

    David R. Graham in reply to Darkstar58. | June 15, 2012 at 8:45 pm

    No, he enjoys flimflamming the electorate while stealing them blind, he lies, cheats, steals, voodoos, sneaks and hides and he’s to be deferred to because of an office he allegedly occupies properly? Bullshit. He deserves whatever he gets. Liars deserve neither tolerance nor deference. Americans are not toadies. We call bullshit bullshit. Munro was far more reserved and deferential than the circumstances admitted.

    Canusee in reply to Darkstar58. | June 15, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    Statements from The Daily Caller regarding exchange in White House Rose Garden

    Neil Munro, White House Correspondent: “I always go to the White House prepared with questions for our president. I timed the question believing the president was closing his remarks, because naturally I have no intention of interrupting the President of the United States. I know he rarely takes questions before walking away from the podium. When I asked the question as he finished his speech, he turned his back on the many reporters, and walked away while I and at least one other reporter asked questions.”

    Tucker Carlson, Editor-in-Chief: “I don’t remember Diane Sawyer scolding her colleague Sam Donaldson for heckling President Reagan. And she shouldn’t have. A reporter’s job is to ask questions and get answers. Our job is to find out what the federal government is up to. Politicians often don’t want to tell us. A good reporter gets the story. We’re proud of Neil Munro.”

    Neil Patel, Publisher: “The President today announced a very controversial policy and does not want to answer tough questions about it. Neil Munro is a veteran Washington reporter who today tried his best to time his question to be first as the President was wrapping up his remarks. He in no way meant to heckle the President of the United States.”

Henry Hawkins | June 15, 2012 at 4:03 pm

Thank you, Mr. President, for this nice little opposition campaign ad length clip which illustrates so well your thin-skinned, how dare you question me, narcissism.

    gabilange in reply to Henry Hawkins. | June 15, 2012 at 5:54 pm

    Ah, yes, the cold, ruthless rage of the narcissist, which is now barely contained. He is not so loved any more by his previously most devote droolers, who did not seem to fawn over his economic speech other. This has to be pretty…annoying to his Supreme Highness.

    We should have expected something like this on “Global Wind Day.”

[…] Plus, Prof. Jacobson points out that it really is news when Obama gets a tough question from the press. […]

Another cynical, political distraction vomited by Obama. How many self-serving surprises will this preening peacock spring on the American people in order to try and change the subject of his dismal performance?

At this rate, by Sept he’ll declare that he is bisexual, move his “partner” into the White House along with their genetic love child, direct Holder to “find” in the Constitution a new right for tri-marraige and declare that Justice will arrest any naysayers ….. not that there would be anything wrong with that. 😉

I think that this is an alternate Clinton strategy – piss off the Republicans to the point they impeach him in the House, cry “RACIST” and then rage against the “extremists” to the cheers of the MSM.

1. There is elation in Moonbatistan. They’re jumping all over this.

Per my comments in the previous post on this topic, the Democrats may have miscalculated the electoral impact of Obama’s Hispander—but they were spot-on about an overreaction.

2. The update to the present post indicates that Munro is trying to rationalize his unprofessionalism (after a few messages and choice words to Daily Caller?). Too late. The horse has left the barn.

    Ragspierre in reply to gs. | June 15, 2012 at 4:26 pm

    “1. There is elation in Moonbatistan. They’re jumping all over this.”

    Slurping at thin gruel, I’d say…!!! But, really, they’ve been FLUCKING starving to death lately, so I can understand the feeding frenzy!

    “It is the right thing to do”, my asp. That WILL COME BACK on Pres. Choom-a-rang.

    Neo in reply to gs. | June 15, 2012 at 4:33 pm

    The spell Obama 2008 put on this country is definitely wearing off.

    In the last couple of weeks, the media have begun to act like there is anything other than a puppy-eating demi-god in the White House. The Germans are pissed, and I bet the rest of Europe isn’t far behind.

    I can only guess that they have run out of pixie dust.

I also think it wasn’t the right thing for Munro to do. Obama was still talking. People are celebrating a rude reporter. Unbelievable. Do we hate him that much that we lose our perspective?

    Darkstar58 in reply to PhillyGuy. | June 15, 2012 at 5:06 pm

    Its the reaction he commanded that I believe most people are cheering.

    Obama could have ignored him, and he really should have. Had he done so, most of us probably wouldn’t even realize it happened; and it probably happens more then we know.

    Munro proved himself to be more powerful though – he was out of line to do it, but the “president” is so thin-skinned and weak he couldn’t even let it go.

    Obama, faced with an out-of-line reporter, decided to hand his power over to the man.

    David R. Graham in reply to PhillyGuy. | June 15, 2012 at 8:50 pm

    Not hate, disgust.

    Ragspierre in reply to PhillyGuy. | June 15, 2012 at 11:20 pm

    People who act like free people are SOOOOO rude…!!!

    You don’t remember Reagan or either Bush, do you?

    el polacko in reply to PhillyGuy. | June 16, 2012 at 1:40 am

    don’t worry…as soon as romney is sworn-in as president, shouted questions will be “speaking truth to power” again and will be widely and wildly celebrated.

It is about racism. . . if a ¨white¨ president had said and done the things Voldemort has done, had embraced the Law of Rule over the Rule of Law, the scorn and derision directed his way would be at least an order of magnitude greater.

Racism is involved. . . because Voldemort is half-black, most commentators hold back from saying what they truly believe, that Voldemort is a power hungry narcissistic idiocrat bent on Americaś destruction; that he hates Caucasians; and that, in actuality, he is not black, not half black and half white, but red; red through and through.

Voldemort Delenda Est !

Barack Obama is mortal.
Neil Monro has taken up the banner of Sam Donaldson.

“It’s the right thing to do for the American people.” The One has spoken. That’s all you need to know. Otherwise, for the American people we’ll 1) not enforce laws that are on the books, 2) we will neither discuss nor pass laws people want on the books, 3) we’ll invalidate laws people vote in favor of and, 4) we’ll issue Executive Orders and administrative diktats for the rest . . . that’s best . . . for you.

We cannot be rid of this pompous, arrogant, dangerous twit soon enough.

Re your Tweet, Professor, “7 yrs of college and they’re window dressing.” Seven years of college??!!!

    Owego in reply to Owego. | June 15, 2012 at 5:15 pm

    Wrote this before seeing your Dream Act post of 10:31 this morning.

    Surely, professor, the Constitution provides a mechanism for invalidating immediately this sort of tyrannical, dictatorial behavior? Is the Declaration’s “to dissolve the Political Bonds” the only way? This man, Democrats in the House and Senate, politicians and elected officials nation wide have been thumbing their noses at the Constitution, our legislative and judicial processes, our laws, our traditions, and the American People for three straight years, unimpeded, with only an occasional whimper or some whining in response from any elected official or officer of the court who might object. Is this a case of Obama calling everyone’s bluff, thumbing his nose and saying ‘stop me if you can,’ or is there no really no way to stop him? Don’t tell me “vote him out,’ it is not enough. He will continue this, position-by-position, until the election. These events and this sort of behavior should be stopped dead in its tracks. This should not stand the week-end and should have been invalidated by Monday morning. Why is it possible, on the one hand, for him to issue these proclamations and directives but, on the other, not equally possible to simply declare them mere extra-judicial, egomaniacal rants and stop them?

    It’s serious question.

    OcTEApi in reply to Owego. | June 15, 2012 at 5:24 pm

    It’s only date night with the president when he’s surrounded by liberal comrades… other than that its no means no.

    theduchessofkitty in reply to Owego. | June 15, 2012 at 5:57 pm

    Yeah, to make unemployed Americans rake over the coals even further in order to find jobs or to make them, while insulting the fact that they’re American CITIZENS to begin with, is “the right thing to do for the American people.”

    Can anyone see what’s happening here? I know as we speak that there are a lot of people who did it all the LEGAL way – including naturalization – who are furious about this.

Bryan Preston writes at the Tatler, “Actually, Mr. President, You Did Ask for an Argument:”

The sound bite coming out of that exchange is that the president said he isn’t asking for any arguments. That simply is not true, or given our representative republic, should not be true.

The president announced a major policy change that impacts not just the 800,000 illegal aliens who benefit, it impacts the entire country. By circumventing Congress, it impacts our rule of law. By announcing it in a way that suggests its political origins, it impacts the presidential race.

If the president expected no arguments, then he is deluded. If he will brook no arguments, then he is unfit for the office. He is not a king, and we are not his subjects. We have a duty to push back if we believe that his actions are wrong or illegal, both of which may apply to today’s seismic policy shift.


    The one pulls his latest rabbit out of his ass hoping yet again for MAGIC! Shortly thereafter a B grade reporter shouts a question & the story becomes that. That a major Pres. initiative is replaced by a circus moment says this administration is just that. A circus , a BAD circus.

VI.XI.XII ¨How do I hate thee? Let me count the ways…”

with great apologies to Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861)

How do I hate thee? Let me count the ways.
I hate thee to the depth and breadth and height
My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight
For the ends of Being and ideal Grace.
I hate thee to the level of everyday’s
Most quiet need, by sun and candle-light.
I hate thee freely, as men strive for Right;
I hate thee purely, as they turn from Praise.
I hate thee with a passion put to use
In my old griefs, and with my childhood’s faith.
I hate thee with a hate I seemed to lose
With my lost saints, — I hate thee with the breath,
Smiles, tears, of all my life! — and, if God choose,
I shall but hate thee better after death.

Voldemort Delenda Est !

    Browndog in reply to Sandy Daze. | June 15, 2012 at 5:22 pm

    Not sure, but I’d think many readers of LI choose not to fill their heart with hate-

    It will….consume you.

    Every time.

“If you cheered when a reporter threw a shoe at Bush”
I can top that. From the primordial mist. Lib attack dogs rising. Dan Rather. Nipping at Nixon’s ankles like a sex crazed poodle. Lionized, for interrupting a presser, repeatedly.

Munro let an opprtunity go to waste. When The Once got snippy, he should have solemnly bowed, crossed himself, and said “yes, milord”. “Have pity, your Grave. On one of your lowly peasants”.

watch out.

My cousin got the print story from MSNBC and thinks this action is great. She thinks the 1% are evil republicans dead set on destroying public education — never mind that the Democrats, not the Repubs and certainly not the 1%, have been in control of the budget for those schools, and held teachers jobs hostage to the point of sending out pink slips five years running.

Oh, yeah. She LOVES Rachel Maddow.

    Heh. I’m constantly reminding my Democrat friends here in Florida who lambaste Republicans for No Child Left Behind (and education issues in general) that both our Senators, Democrats, (including the Sainted Bob Graham) voted FOR the bill.

    It never has any effect, though.

Neil Munro, White House Correspondent: “I always go to the White House prepared with questions for our president.”

I can’t understand why these reporters can’t ask this simple question…

Pls tell the American people Mr. POTus, how does “gov’t investment” create wealth in the private sector when YOUR plan must steal wealth FROM them/it first?

This is why you don’t want me on twitter, I’d be taking the fight right to the chief moonbat big time!

Every time I’ve seen Sarah Palin rhetorically address Obama after his inauguration, she uses the respect due to the Presidency.

Just sayin’.

[…] good links on it. We are reminded of the shoe throwing incident involved former President Bush at Legal Insurrection. Remember how Bush […]

9thDistrictNeighbor | June 15, 2012 at 5:39 pm

Barry would never make it during question time in the House of Commons.

    BannedbytheGuardian in reply to 9thDistrictNeighbor. | June 16, 2012 at 1:30 am

    Yes – Margaret Thatcher thoroughly enjoyed interjections in Parliament & in fact was up to them anywhere. I have seen her crush comedians & journalists alike.

    The Queen has her own style & schools miscreants including Obama adeptly.

I’m a fan of Jeff Foxworthy-style comedy. I wonder if people comprehend the consequences of overpopulation (and what constitutes it) and how a selective rule of law is a cause of progressive corruption.

OK, we now have it on the highest moral authority that all of us have been wrong…

Ronald Reagan was the first black president.

After cruising the Latino channels on cable, I can tell you that this didn’t get Obama a lot. Of course, this is just the beginning as far as they are concerned.

Meanwhile, as the DC reporter so aptly grasped, there are going to be problems with unemployed citizen’s take on all of this.

Bottomline, this was desperation.

This was posted in another blog and I thought it was quite to the point.

Granny commented:

How fast can you spell D.I.C.T.A.T.O.R? The “right thing to do for the American People”? Which American People? The 23 million of us that are out of work and don’t need 800,000 illegal aliens with ZERO right to be here jumping to the head of the queue?

I can relate… I have one unemployed and one underemployed, both college grads (with honors), just young… and without as much experience/seniority as others. What now? If there prospects were difficult before, what will they be now?

sorry.. that should be “their” not there in the last line. I’m more than upset… PO-ed is more like it.

If we lose to this two-bit gangster tyrant we’re too pathetic for liberty. This is government by fiat. This political-animal scumbag hiding behind his bankrupt Harvard degree and his pathologically arrogant and condescending Progressivism has the next six months to wreck what he couldn’t in the last three years. If Romney keeps calling him a “nice guy in over his head” and whistles past this and the rest of the anti-constitutional power grabs and perfidy coming our way I’m going to be sick.

    Ragspierre in reply to raven. | June 15, 2012 at 6:59 pm

    OK, rave…

    What would it take to get you off the fence…???

      raven in reply to Ragspierre. | June 16, 2012 at 8:13 am

      You reach a point at which it gets ridiculous. One can clearly see the goal of Obama and the Left (whether they actually contrive this goal among themselves or it just indwells their vicious little leftist minds doesn’t matter) and you look around at the dumb cow Republicans and feel disgusted. No president can imperiously cherry-pick tidbits of social engineering from a defeated piece of legislation (one defeated MULTIPLE times) and declare them to be new laws. If Romney (or Boehner or McConnell) can’t find the sand inside him to say this, what use are they, what and who do they really represent?

TrooperJohnSmith | June 15, 2012 at 7:34 pm


The DNC and CBC have just called for a Special Council to investigate how a non-Journalistic entity like ‘The Daily Caller’ got through their screening process and whether this, “unprecedented breech of press corps protocol,” is the beginning of an attempt by the right wing to undermine the president’s efforts to put Americans back to work.

Oh, How I yearn for the days when GW used to REGULARLY howld press conferences — not news releases — and seemed to enjoy the “conferencing” banter with the reporters! Anyone know how many pressers, WITH QUESTIONS, GW had vs Barak’s WITH QUESTIONS? (Not an oversight or slam when spell name “Barak”, no “c”, as several legal documents spell it this way, no “c”)

Hey, Barak has put a lot of effort into selling himself as a celebrity — a star — connected to Hollywood — a CELEBRITY — and then he complains when the Paparazzi act like, well, Paparazzi! Silly Guy!

Obama owes Joe Wilson an apology…

Because he is going provide health care to illegal immigrants after he fast-tracks them for a Green-Card and US citizenship.

You Lie!

forget all the rude/not rude talk. the question was “why do you favor foreigners over american citizens?” and the answer was “it’s good for the american people.” HUH ???
doesn’t the president take an oath to protect american citizens against illegal foreign interlopers ?

Romney had a clear shot and blew it.
He should have jumped on it.
We are in serious trouble here.

jimzinsocal | June 16, 2012 at 9:04 am

I believe Yoo makes the clearest case here at Nat Review:

When Obama pulls this stuff we seem to get tangled in the result argument rather than the clear and simple legal discussion.
That was the weakness really around Romney’s response.
Its a political response that avoids Obama’s method.

And believe me..its so tempting to get drawn into the entire immigration/deportation and lose focus around Obama’s obvious overreach here.

What we should be focused on is simple it seems to me:

Mr President are you saying the executive branch can pick and choose which laws are enforced? To reflect the executive’s policy objectives?

    raven in reply to jimzinsocal. | June 16, 2012 at 10:11 am

    Exactly. Well said.

    Canusee in reply to jimzinsocal. | June 16, 2012 at 11:17 am

    Good insights. Let’s fine tune a little. Yea, sort of anal, but we need to be very specific and directed with these azzhats…

    “…saying the executive branch can pick and choose which laws are enforced?…” THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH ‘EXECUTES’ LAWS MADE BY CONGRESS. THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH DOES NOT ‘ENFORCE’ ANYTHING.

    Keep up the dialogue.

jimzinsocal | June 16, 2012 at 9:33 am

Whet we need to take away from Obama’s responses yesterday are simple: “I’m not asking for an argument”.

Well no kidding Mr President. Not even a discussion with Congress.
Rather than get involved with responses and discussions (as we did with his gay marriage position/misdirection), we need to focus on the law.
He needs to be painted as some near Pharoah and reminded this doesnt work in the US

“So it is written/ shall it be done”

jimzinsocal | June 16, 2012 at 5:29 pm

I also sent this along to Dan Riehl at his place.
Those 800,000 innocent boys and girls? Saved by Obama?
Really? Where did that figure come from?
So I looked. The Census folks dont keep recorde like that but I did find a reference here

My guess was the number came up in relation to the esclating deportation rate under Obama…which if continued may have expelled 800K by election date. But thats a broad number based on deportations of all illegal folks…not just children.
Check the last two paragraphs and the date.

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