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Neil Munro: Why He Really Shouted Out

Complete idiot!

This political cartoon was drawn with a Fine Point Sharpie & edited and colored in PhotoShop Elements.

This reporter is a complete goon. He was not dressed professionally, did not have the tools of the trade at hand, is snide and did not comb his hair. Look, I’m a cartoonist. I dress like a slob. This guys is supposed to be the best member of the press available and he interrupts the President while he’s lecturing. I don’t think this guy should be allowed to be involved in press functions any longer and his organization, the Daily Caller, should be put on probation of some sort.

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18 thoughts on “Neil Munro: Why He Really Shouted Out

    • I agree on both points: P. Obama’s speeches are much better than Romney’s and Munro is a complete tool. It upsets me that any US president should be in the position to “bitch slap” anyone.

  1. I have no respect for Obama’s leadership or governing ability, but I respect his forum to speak. Neil Munro was completely out of line and should be embarrassed. I do concede his point about his asking questions that most of the media will not — and they should be.

    • Very good point. The media shies away from important issues with this president. I think that in itself is embarrassing. At the same time, there are better ways of confronting the president. For example, I love the O’Reilly interviews with the President Obama. They were sharp, intelligent and honest. I wish more journalists were willing to be this honest with the president and at the same time be respectful of the man and the office.

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