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    In China you are not allowed to videotape the leadership without permission

    In China you are not allowed to videotape the leadership without permission

    Well, he keeps saying we need to emulate China.

    This video has caused a stir:

    The controversy was not the protest, but that the White House communications team threatened to suspended the reporter who took the videotape, because multimedia coverage of Obama’s fundraiser was not permitted. The White House now denies the threat, but the San Francisco Chronicle calls the White House statement a “pants on fire” lie.

    I wonder why he doesn’t like secret taping of fundraisers?

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    A Reagan or a Bush, or especially a Dole, would've had a great comeback line to put the singers in their place.

    Obama's response falls flat. His communication skills are vastly overrated.

    I remember when Dole was on the campaign trail late in 1996 and he took a terrible fall off the stage in some town (can't remember the name of the town … let's call it Parktown).

    The newspapers had a picture of him sprawled on the ground and intended for the readers to take it as a metaphor for his campaign against Clinton.

    What they failed to report (if you saw the tape) was that a WWII vet who had just taken a nasty fall, unable to break the fall because of his paralyzed right arm, got right up, got back on stage, and joked, "Now nobody can ever say I didn't fall for Parktown."

    This arrogant, thin-skinned president lacks such character and good-humor. The media wouldn't show how Dole laughed at adversity, and they don't want to show how Obama snarls at it. Good to see this got out.


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