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  • Awkward...

    The President’s now famous reliance on a teleprompter has led to some tough moments for him, but none tougher than today’s awkward back and forth between him and the glass screen.

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

    5 Responses to Awkward...

    1. Chris Hopf, Seattle says:

      I am not an outright Huckabee supporter . . . but Huckabee's ability to deliver prepared messages, and even more impressively unprepared, adhoc responses, is remarkable.

      If the teleprompter is used for only bullet points . . . I have no problem . . . but if our president's messages are verbatim to what he reads on the teleprompter . . . it is just one more example of a politician not really knowing what he is talking about.

    2. Katy, Texas says:

      I do not understand why this man is still so popular. We are living in that movie Idiocracy.

    3. ozzy6900 says:

      And the said that President Bush was dumb!

    4. Barb -mn says:

      What an embarrassing moment…

    5. Grace, Florida says:

      Yes, he made a real fool of himself.

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