Fox News Bret Bair's Interview With Obama


gibbz

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I didn't have a problem with what questions he asked, but he was very disrespectful in how he asked them. Very unprofessional.
 

rdowns

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Very unprofessional interviewer. Likely will stall his career.

That said, I don't think Obama helped his cause with this interview.
 

mcrain

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Very unprofessional interviewer. Likely will stall his career.

That said, I don't think Obama helped his cause with this interview.
Yeah, well, it shows his balls are made of brass and a lot bigger than the coward who hid in the oval he replaced.
 

rdowns

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Yeah, well, it shows his balls are made of brass and a lot bigger than the coward who hid in the oval he replaced.

Brass balls? You must be joking. If Obama had any balls, we wouldn't be where we're at today.
 

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I usually like Fox News interviews of the President, because they ask tough questions (if only they did that with Republicans!), but I gave up on this after 2 minutes.
 

IntheNet

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Wow Totaly Rude I had to stop half way through just Cause Bret was such a Jerk to Obama Now had this been done with NBC/Bush Fox news would be Crucifying NBC through Several Months.
To be sure Fox News Chief White House correspondent, Bret Baier, did not approach this interview with a tingle up his leg nor did he fawn over being in the presence of The One like so many in the liberal Main Stream Media throwing softball questions at Dear Leader. No, instead, Bret asked hard questions, didn't let Obama deflect, and kept after the president to get answers! Wow... that's like hard news journalism! Since the former occupant of the Chief White House correspondent position, Brit Hume, approves of Bret Baire's line of questioning, it seems a good interview! Fox details the interview here; I hope the president continues to grant Fox interviews in the future, not just when his pet policy is floundering...
 

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To be sure Fox News Chief White House correspondent, Bret Baier, did not approach this interview with a tingle up his leg nor did he fawn over being in the presence of The One like so many in the liberal Main Stream Media throwing softball questions at Dear Leader.
I'm now 110% certain you are an fake account set up by someone else on this forum. You play your part far to perfectly to be a real person.
 

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To be sure Fox News Chief White House correspondent, Bret Baier, did not approach this interview with a tingle up his leg nor did he fawn over being in the presence of The One like so many in the liberal Main Stream Media throwing softball questions at Dear Leader. No, instead, Bret asked hard questions, didn't let Obama deflect, and kept after the president to get answers! Wow... that's like hard news journalism! Since the former occupant of the Chief White House correspondent position, Brit Hume, approves of Bret Baire's line of questioning, it seems a good interview! Fox details the interview here; I hope the president continues to grant Fox interviews in the future, not just when his pet policy is floundering...
I really don't know why I'm responding to you, but just to let you know that I think people on all sides would like more of these types of interviews from Fox if they were actually hard on Republicans too.

Show me an interview with Bush that Fox did that was extremely tough? Like say, I dunno a pet project to do with invading another country??
 

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Did we see the same interview? To me, it seemed like Obama was filibustering half his answers. Like a 2 minute answer to a simple question. They don't have all day for an interview like Barbara Walters.
Bair was getting a bit annoying after while, but jesus, Obama could talk to leg off a mule!
 

Lord Blackadder

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*Yawn* The whole thing was a pointless exercise. Did anyone really think that such an interview (on an info-tainment show) was going to be a breakthrough for either side? A laughable notion.

American politics is a huge joke, and not a funny one either.
 

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Me thinks Barry either has a snoot full or has been back to the cocaine, because he thinks that the Louisiana Purchase/bribe will help with the earthquake in Hawaii. What earthquake? The one in 1975 that killed 2 people?

HE IS CRAZY!!!

http://www.breitbart.tv/puzzling-statement-obama-says-louisiana-purchase-will-help-with-the-earthquake-in-hawaii/

Obama gets testy when he is not treaded like a King/God. I LOVE it, way to go FOX News!
Haha, bet you LOVE it when it happens to the other side too eh?
 

mcrain

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Me thinks Barry either has a snoot full or has been back to the cocaine, because he thinks that the Louisiana Purchase/bribe will help with the earthquake in Hawaii. What earthquake? The one in 1975 that killed 2 people?

HE IS CRAZY!!!

http://www.breitbart.tv/puzzling-statement-obama-says-louisiana-purchase-will-help-with-the-earthquake-in-hawaii/

Obama gets testy when he is not treaded like a King/God. I LOVE it, way to go FOX News!
Well, that changes everything ;)

Can I text some money for relive efforts from that massive quake?

The man is not in his right mind; either by drugs or EtOH. He is sick mentally, and its beginning to show.
He was talking about what might trigger the emergency relief in the bill. He was wrong, but not about what you think.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/03/18/hawaii-earthquake-fact-ch_n_504307.html

During yesterday's interview of President Barack Obama by Fox News anchor Bret Baier, the president contended that the health care reform component that's come to be known as the "Louisiana Purchase" has been misunderstood as some sort of special deal for Mary Landrieu. Instead, Obama said that it's intended as a measure to bring federal resources to bear during a health care crisis brought on by a natural disaster. Obama references a 2006 earthquake in Hawaii as the sort of event that would put the measure in play. (It wouldn't have, see below.)
By the way, the earthquake in hawaii led to a declaration of emergency by a real crazy coke head... GWB.
 

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Full of Win

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Full of Win

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So was your King GWB.
Prove it - you lament I (and others) don't like facts. Put your proof in your next post, not innuendo or retract your previous statements.

From King Obama

Pot had helped, and booze; maybe a little blow when you could afford it,"
Source: Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance.