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April 20, 2011

CBS Suppresses Obama Open Mic Recording

Posted by Dave Blount at April 20, 2011 1:23 PM

Tapes cost Richard Nixon a great deal of trouble; he even had to accidentally erase a little audio. Despite having a similar disposition in some respects, Barack Hussein Obama doesn't have this sort of problem. It helps to have the media on your side:

Last weekend, His Presidency Barack Obama was captured making potentially offensive comments to a group of big money donors who had paid large sums of money for special access to His Presidency.

CBS released only "selectively edited" parts of the recording. What about the rest?

John Romano, Publisher of the blog "Yes, But, However!" has confirmed with CBS's Mark Knoller (via Twitter) that CBS has decided that they are not going to release the complete recording.
@markknoller Why haven't you released all of the audio of President Obama's "donor meeting"? If you have please link?
@markknoller This is my third request. Why will you not release the full audio of Obama's donor conversation?
@yesbuthowever My editors decided against it.
People can speculate as to what their motive is, but we suspect that they do not want to jeopardize their White House access leading into campaign season by being the ones to release the audio of His Presidency referring to Americans as "slugs."

The parts CBS let out are bad enough. In addition to calling people slugs, the Moonbat Messiah had this to say about the disappointing prospects of revolt in Qatar:

"[P]art of the reason is that the per capita income of Qatar is 145,000 dollars a year. That will dampen a lot of conflict,."

That is, economic prosperity is spoiling the opportunity for a revolution that could put the Muslim Brotherhood a step closer to choking off our oil supply. Given his revolutionary communist background and what he has systematically done to Americans' prospects for future prosperity, this alone is a terrifying glimpse of B. Hussein's mentality. Imagine what his enablers at CBS suppressed.

Separated at Birth? Nah, Nixon wasn't that bad. Via Never Yet Melted.

On a tip from Just TheTip.