Skip to comments.Reporter to Obama: You should be on American Idol [Video of Perverted Local "Journalism"]
Posted on 06/12/2012 11:42:06 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Why does the White House seek out interviews with local television affiliates? Maybe its because they ask questions like these:
"Mr. President, we've heard you sing, we've seen you do stand up at the correspondents dinner." Tom Wills of WJXT in Jacksonville, Fla. stated.
"I was just wondering if you would give any thought to being on 'American Idol' or 'America's Got Talent'?" he asked. "You'd be a big hit Mr. President."
(Excerpt) Read more at campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com ...
Oh, brother. Gag me me with a spoon.
Crime Stoppers or America’s Most Wanted, perhaps.
Now, there’s a thought. Obozo could resign as Pres__ent so that he can compete on American Idol!
Or: “Mr President, I’ve got my journalistic knee pads with me - would you mind? “
I love it! Any way to continue to trivialize this most trivial of all fools, I am in big favor of!
Alinsky preached that the best weapon was to make your enemy a source of ridicule.
If you want to email the reporter in question to congratulate him on his stellar reportng, his email:
He already is the dual grand champion on American Idle and America's Got an Asshat for President.
Don’t know about American Idol, but the Obama-thing is scheduled to appear on “American Dork” next week.
That’s called a “Journalistic Lewinsky” or in Barry’s case, a “Journalistic Gurnee”.
What a great question. After all it is softball season.
I think a stint on Dancing With The Stars would be most appropriate for Barack Hussein Kardashian.
“Why does the White House seek out interviews with local television affiliates?”
I think that the local reporters are more leftist and biased than the national reporters, if that is possible. I watched the local news when the voters in San Diego voted overwhelmingly against the gubmint employees unions. The news anchor looked like his puppy died. All he could say was “this is going to cost the taxpayers more in the long run.”
Same thing goes for South Florida.
This makes me ill.
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