The angry Obama

- October 2nd, 2012

The Daily Caller just released this shocker, from 2007.

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  1. Craig Jones says:

    Turns out this ‘shocker’ from 2007 was widely reported on in … 2007.

    Headline should read “Daily Caller hopes you forgot this video from 2007.”

  2. A. Franklin says:

    It’s 2012, why are we supposed to be shocked about a clip from 2007…especially when it didn’t shock anyone when it surfaced when Obama ran against McCain in 2008?

    Matt Drudge, Sean Hannity – now add Brigitte Pellerin to the list of desperate conservatives reporters trying to make a mountain out of a molehill.

  3. Laura V says:

    Because, as with everything else about this man, most of the content of the clip was not covered by the media. Particularly the praise heaped upon his friend, mentor and pastor Jerimiah Wright (the pastor he later threw under the bus for political gain).

    But we are required to be astonished by a story from 1965 where Romeny was alleged to have bullied a student (the story later denied by the family of the student). This alleged incident resulted in a 5000 word story on the front page of many “news”papers. Or there’s the 47% video, where Romney is clearly saying that a large portion of the population won’t vote for him. His words are clearly misconstrued to imply that he doesn’t care about those people.

    There are two standards in media coverage….one for liberals and one for conservatives. I wish people (like A. Franklin) would just admit it.

  4. A. Franklin says:

    “Because, as with everything else about this man, most of the content of the clip was not covered by the media” – Except that it was covered extensively by the media back in 2008, by, among other media outlets, CNBC and FoxNews; one for liberals and one for conservatives. If this “shocker” video didn’t work four years, why would it work now?

    There are two types of people in the world, those who deal with facts and reality, and those who distort facts and reality to believe what they want. Sad to see Laura V. is firmly in the camp of the latter.

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