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Okay, so last week Bambi suffered the absolute ignominy&#160 of actually being ASKED AN ACTUAL QUESTION!!!!!!&#160 at a press conference.

Boo.&#160 Hoo.&#160 Fuckin’.&#160 Hoo.

And we got the obligatory wringing-of-the-hands-in-mock-angst from none other than Samantha Donaldson, who was notorious for doing it himself to Republican presidents.

Responding to the incident in which a Daily Caller reporter shouted a question to President Obama, former White House correspondent Sam Donaldson told the Huffington Post Saturday that conservatives oppose Obama because of race.

“Many on the political right believe this president ought not to be there – they oppose him not for his polices and political view but for who he is, an African American,” Donaldson told the Huffington Post in an email.

“These people and perhaps even certain news organizations (certainly the right wing talkers like Limbaugh) encourage disrespect for this president. That is both regrettable and adds, in this case, to the general dislike of the press on the part of the general public,” he added.

Typical shit-for-brains libtard.&#160 Pretend to read the minds of conservatives rather than try to find out whatever happened to the one-third brain cell he&#160 was alleged to have.&#160 (Not that that was ever proven, you understand – just alleged.)

But what pisses me off about this sequence is that you have supposedly conservative&#160 bloggers – whom you’d think&#160 would know better – agreeing with him her.&#160 (hat tip:&#160 Hoft, of course.)

Conservative bloggers at the RightOnline conference on Saturday assailed the Daily Caller’s Neil Munro for interrupting President Barack Obama during remarks at the White House — but tempered their criticism by arguing that such tactics wouldn’t be necessary if the president regularly took questions from the press and the media asked tough ones.

“I found it embarrassing. I like the Daily Caller, but I don’t think it’s appropriate to interrupt the president during a speech,” said Jon Fleischman, who writes the FlashReport on California politics. “It diminishes the stature of the office of the president of the United States, and Obama does that well enough for himself.”


Trent Seibert, who works for TexasWatchdog.org, said, “When I first heard of this, I found it offensive. Believe me, I don’t trust any of these politicians, but you should let them have them say. That’s how it works — they get to speak, then you get to pepper them with questions.”

“Is this guy going to start a new trend for journalists to interrupt?” asked Seibert.

I guess that depends, Seibert, you dumbfuck:&#160 Is Bambi – for whom, apparently, you want to don the pseudo-presidential kneepads – going to start a trend of individuals who happen to stand at that particular dais handing down impreial decrees from Mt. Olympus, then walking off without giving the press even a remote chance of doing their jobs?!?!

You know…like Bambi’s doing more & more of himself nowadays?

And you, Fleischman, you dickwad:&#160 Whyn’t you just admit that you want to take it up the ass from the Ayatollah, hm?&#160 At least you could squeal in orgasmic ecstasy about “respecting the office” with the possibility of being halfway believed.

Seriously, O Pseudo-Presidential Cockgobblers:&#160 Whose the hell side are you bitches on, anyway?


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