So you know that arrogant twit who was apparently raised by very inept parents and who disrespected not only the office of the presidency, but this particular African American president by having the damn gall to shamelessly and rudely interrupt him mid-statement? (Bet he never did that to any other president.)
Fun Fact time!
- Neil Munro of the Daily Caller is an Irish-born immigrant to the United States. Methinks he should self-deport.
- The Daily Caller’s editor-in-chief is Tucker Carlson. Google him. ‘Nuff said.
THE PRESIDENT: … This is a temporary stopgap measure that lets us focus our resources wisely while giving a degree of relief and hope to talented, driven, patriotic young people. It is –
THE PRESIDENT: – the right thing to do.
Q – foreigners over American workers.
THE PRESIDENT: Excuse me, sir. It’s not time for questions, sir.
Q No, you have to take questions.
THE PRESIDENT: Not while I’m speaking. Precisely because this is temporary, Congress needs to act. [The president continues on for awhile, then...] And the answer to your question, sir – and the next time I’d prefer you let me finish my statements before you ask that question – is this is the right thing to do for the American people –
THE PRESIDENT: I didn’t ask for an argument. I’m answering your question.
Q I’d like to –
THE PRESIDENT: It is the right thing to do –
THE PRESIDENT: – for the American people. And here’s why –
Q – unemployment –
[The president goes on for awhile longer, then...]
THE PRESIDENT: All right. Thank you very much. [And he exits...]
Q What about American workers who are unemployed while you import foreigners?
- Munro later said, “I timed the question believing the president was closing his remarks, because naturally I have no intention of interrupting,” but reporters near him saw it differently:
- How’d Munro manage to “time a question” badly and “have no intention of interrupting” after cutting in more than once? Especially after President Obama said, “Excuse me, sir. It’s not time for questions, sir.” Especially after Munro responded, “No, you have to take questions.“
Here’s a fake Fun Fact I hope I get to add soon: Neil Munro got fired.