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Obama Reprimands 'Daily Caller' Creep for Heckling Behavior in Rose Garden: VIDEO

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President Obama announced his new immigration rules today regarding halting deportations of young DREAM Act-eligible immigrants and in the process was questioned/heckled by Neil Munro, a reporter from Tucker Carlson's conservative rag The Daily Caller.

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

CNN:

At one point after the President addressed him directly, Munro called out, "What about American workers who are unemployed while you employ foreigners?"

"Excuse me sir, it is not the right time for questions sir," Obama said as Munro shouted questions. "Not while I'm speaking."

"The next time I prefer you let me finish my statements before you ask your question," Obama said later in his remarks. "I didn't ask for an argument, I'm answering your question."

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  1. You have to be an idiot to think this incompetent will be re-elected. A squirrel could beat him. Oh better believe he'll play the race card a thousand times. Hell, that wife of his is going to drag those kids on air and cry real tears when the polls show the inevitable as November closes in.

    Posted by: MarkUs | Jun 16, 2012 12:28:15 AM


  2. I'd like to hear what you think the country will be like under mittens
    I'm thinking for us gay folks not that great. Exgay meetings at the white house. Reversal of pro gay orders, maybe DADT again, a fight for a constitutional amendment, religion in every office of the white house, a presidential commission on harassment of pro marriage folks (like he promised), no ENDA, no safe school legislation with lgbt inclusion and so on
    But Hell you'll have f-ck you money in the bank. God knows that's what matters

    Posted by: GeorgeM | Jun 16, 2012 12:40:02 AM


  3. Heckling? Heckling? I didn't hear any heckling. It was a question. Maybe out of turn, but O'Bama never answers questions anyway. Besides, it was a campaign speech.

    But Demo-Tax-and-spend-ocrats will get personal and call him a "creep" -- typical.

    Posted by: FrankTrades | Jun 16, 2012 1:07:36 AM


  4. Yet another country not heard from

    Posted by: GeorgeM | Jun 16, 2012 1:16:42 AM


  5. So... This isn't extended to all, there are conditions. And I can amen to dealing with hard-working illegals, doing jobs that others won't. But let's talk about gang members and illegality rather than humanely treating decent people brought here as children who had no say in the matter. Because black or white requires no homework.

    Posted by: TJ | Jun 16, 2012 1:37:02 AM


  6. NO to illegal immigration. America has enough problems to deal with the bottom of the barrel from neighboring countries. Contributors are those LEGAL immigrants who seek an education here and better our lives. The off spring of illegals have the highest drop out rates, gang bang violence and either end up on the streets of jail. They lack the motivation and create more problems in their communities.

    Posted by: StoilCrans | Jun 16, 2012 2:54:55 AM


  7. The word illegal says it all for me. Not to mention, the recent study that just came out describing how many milliosn illegals cost our country annually, which was enough to make this Democrat completely oppose the idea. Everything that is PRO illegal immigrant is emotionally based arguments tied in emotion. Not logic, or rules, or laws. My mom struggled to raise us, could she have knocked on our neighbors doors, sneaked in their house and taken something from them and not respected rules? Why not? After all, she was only trying to create a better life for her kids.

    Rules. Accept them and honor them, and people will respect you.

    Posted by: KevinFan | Jun 16, 2012 3:17:20 AM


  8. I know that some of the grumpier and pathetic middle-aged queens around here won't like what I'm about to say, but as a proud American man of European descent I find it hilarious how so many of my obviously white companeros act like they are being so bold and courageous in spouting their borderline white supremacist views here at a forum run by white guys that probably has an audience that is 95% white. Such bold souls... such very bold souls, LOL. Also, to keep things totally real, that Republican jerk who was rude at the White House is still kind of hot looking, in an aging frat boy way... I'd still hit that in a heartbeat!

    Posted by: TANK | Jun 16, 2012 3:17:47 AM


  9. Another illegal immigrant from Mexico who we find out molested a 5 year old child in Texas.

    But the illegal immigrant activists want to convince us all that they are all just so noble. Not true. Look up the statistics and newsstories of the alarming number of violence stemmed from that very segment of the population. You don't have to be some right wing Conservative to recognize that. I can't stand the sight of a Conservative but know an illegal is and rewarding them is something our nation should not foolishly accept. Time for once the U.S thought about it's needs and it's issues. We have enough to deal with at home. No need to take on the burden that comes with the presence of illegal aliens.

    Posted by: CJ | Jun 16, 2012 3:22:01 AM


  10. @ TJ. You're exactly the type of pro illegal immigrant type that LGBT people know to distance themselves from.

    In a beautiful video depicting a lovely gay couple and their festive wedding, you wrote:

    "I wish the happy couple all the best of love and happiness.That being said....this is exactly the kind of video that the Republican right wingers will show at their little get-togethers to gain favor for the anti marriage equality platform. I am all about free expression and having all the fun you want at your own wedding, but this will look like Mardi Gras to these republicans. I hope people understand that I am not condemning the way they celabrated, but you have to see where the anti equality people WILL take it out of context."

    You couldn't even celebrate a beautiful gay wedding without a jab at the couple, and them not being "straight" enough for you, and yet you want to sell us on the idea of opening to border to illegals. If folks like YOU are the representative of illegals, than we know with them comes the machismo attitude that dictates all gay men have to act like macho "str8 acting" or else they can face ridicule and bashing by your crowd. Before you try to educate us on being compassionate toward illegals, you need to learn respect for LGBT. And based on your posts, your comments toward LGBT tell me that allowing illegals just creates more problem for the LGBT community.

    Posted by: James | Jun 16, 2012 3:54:42 AM


  11. This "reporter" shows how the "conservative" have lost it by having a non white man in the white house... the governor of Arizona pointing a finger at the president of the USA, this guy heckling and interrupting the president of the USA while he's giving a speech...just show how psychotic these people are...

    Posted by: Trudy | Jun 16, 2012 8:40:07 AM


  12. Entitled doucheprep. This jackass (& Tucker Carlson) are like creeps out of a Bret Easton Ellis story and too arrogant to care they're essentially clichés. The world would be a better place without them.

    Posted by: AC | Jun 16, 2012 9:03:52 AM


  13. I remember a previous administration's screening attendees at events where the President speaks. Of course this guy probably supported that practice--then.

    Posted by: gleeindc | Jun 16, 2012 9:42:38 AM


  14. DAVID EHRENSTEIN,

    HOW HYPOCRITICAL CAN YOU BE, SIR? I CAN NOT BELIEVE YOU ARE CALLING Neil Munro RACIST, WHEN Y-O-U MADE A "TRUMPED-UP" STATEMENT THAT General Colin Powell's DAUGHTER IS "lesbian" - YOUR RACE-BASED BIAS WAS EVIDENT IN YOUR TOTAL DISREGARD FOR THE GENERAL'S- AND HIS DAUGHTER'S FEELINGS. Mr. Ehrenstein, YOU ARE INCREDIBLE.

    CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON

    Posted by: CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON | Jun 16, 2012 9:54:48 AM


  15. @ Steve the people of your age and race are against this president because they are very comfortable with their lives. They don't realize those entitlement cuts the repuks keep talking about include social security and medicare . and steve i am your age and race and until six years ago one of them.

    Posted by: walter | Jun 16, 2012 10:18:53 AM


  16. How quickly we forget how much Bush's whitehouse controlled media access with an iron fist. Back then, if you were not there to promote the smoke and mirrors, you were not permitted; and NO QUESTIONS! The Right media sucked that down like Kool-aid at Jonestown. I

    It's a shame; ever since that Tea Party wing nut shouted out at the President during his State of the Union address, everyone feels they are entitled, yet they demand respect from him.

    It is all racist; to the core.

    Posted by: 99% | Jun 16, 2012 10:20:11 AM


  17. Well, at least that dweebiest of dweebs, that punkiest of punks, that frattiest of frat boys, Tucker Carlson, will up the hits on his boring, inconsequential, irrelevant website, The Daily Caller, and become a new hero to the whiny-con right and be lauded and applauded by Malkin, Ingraham, Hannity, Limbaugh, et al.

    See, here's MY solution to dealing with people like Munro, Tuck the Puck and the rest of the whiny-con right: get over being nice to them, confront the little pricks face-to-face, then kick their asses clear into next week.

    Or, failing that, take a nice, bunched-up liberal fist and smash their teeth so far down their throats that they'll have to sit on their dinner plates to chew their next meal.

    Posted by: jamal49 | Jun 16, 2012 10:20:51 AM


  18. Uh, you anti-immigration dumb-f**ks DO realize that the people this effects are ALREADY HERE and have been since childhood, right? They have attended school and don't have any criminal record. And this effects about 800,000 people, which is .0026% of the current US population. And it's not even a path to citizenship, just a work visa. Again, no one is being "brought in," THEY'RE ALREADY HERE.

    I do believe the US and all other countries have the right to establish borders and control who is allowed to emigrate. However the US is not an island and in reality borders are just lines on a map and there are people in this country who have been here now for decades, generations even. If the situation was dire in the US and much better in Canada you'd be over the border like a shot and telling the story of it as a personal triumph, a tale of betterment for you and your family.

    And once you decide, as we seem to have done, that our borders need to be shored up and defended against illegal immigrants you STILL have to deal with the reality of the illegal immigrants who are already here. And the Republican party, as usual, does not deal well with reality. They're off in la-la fantasy land talking about how in a perfect world those people wouldn't be here. Yeah well, this is not a perfect world, they ARE here, and for once in your miserable lives maybe you ought to take a stab at dealing with reality instead of just bitching about it.

    What do you suggest, rounding them all up, taking all their worldly goods, and putting them in interment camps like we did the Japanese during WWII? Round them all up and fly them back to their country of origin? Who's going to pay for that?

    No, as usual you don't have a realistic solution to the problem, all you have to offer is the same old rah-rah nationalistic bull**** that does NOTHING to address reality. And lets not pretend you'd touch those jobs with a 10-foot pole. Georgia and other states cracked down on illegal immigrants and literally tons of food rotted in the fields because they couldn't get ANYONE to pick the crops. So how about you STFU, go somewhere to think it over then come back when you have a REALISTIC solution to offer instead of just redneck "they're takin' our jerbs!" whining? Hmmm?

    Posted by: Caliban | Jun 16, 2012 10:34:13 AM


  19. "Trumped-Up"? Oh Prunella!

    Posted by: David Ehrenstein | Jun 16, 2012 11:01:10 AM


  20. A question for CHRISTOPHER ALLEN HORTON: Who died and made you HNIC?

    Posted by: David Ehrenstein | Jun 16, 2012 11:02:10 AM


  21. Wow a lot of anti illegal immigration sock puppets in these comments. So, transparent too.

    Posted by: Leonard | Jun 15, 2012 10:43:06 PM

    yepp, pretty obvious sock puppetry going on by 1 - 2 repub posters using diff names

    Posted by: say what | Jun 16, 2012 11:20:59 AM


  22. JAMES - WTF are you talking about? Seems you are confusing me with someone else.

    Posted by: TJ | Jun 16, 2012 12:19:28 PM


  23. @ Caliban

    "What do you suggest, rounding them all up, taking all their worldly goods, and putting them in internment camps like we did the Japanese during WWII? Round them all up and fly them back to their country of origin?"

    Ask Michelle Malkin, whom Faux Noise has on once a week as guest speaker. That's precisely what she suggests.

    Posted by: Leo | Jun 16, 2012 12:28:03 PM


  24. yup. typical right-wing sack-of-s**t. no respect for the president because he's "a black" - typical GOP racist ugliness.

    tucker carlson, that pathetic worm. great bedfellow he's got there, eh?

    and to think, these worthless scumbags were the ones out to crucify the Dixie Chicks a decade ago..... *yawn*

    Posted by: LittleKiwi | Jun 16, 2012 1:52:53 PM


  25. Thank you haters for assuming that every Latino is here illegally, commits crimes and votes against equality. As a gay person, you should know that a group is a group because they have one thing in common and not that they are all exactly the same. Latinos who vote can because they ARE here legally. Some are even gay.

    Posted by: Armando | Jun 16, 2012 2:09:12 PM


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