Friday, April 13, 2012

Seeing a Little Bit of Mike Wallace in Larry Conners

Earlier this week, veteran reporter and 60 Minutes Correspondent, Mike Wallace, passed away at the age of 93. Wallace's tough questioning style has definitely set the standard in many journalists/analysts from his son Chris, to Bill O'Reilly. Yesterday, we saw a little bit of Mike Wallace in a local St. Louis reporter, Larry Conners.

Conners asked tough questions to the president about health care and the president's vacations on the taxpayer's dime. Here is a brief clip.

Not only is Obama's voice dripping with contempt for this man, but he gives the question a total dodge. This interview is just more evidence of this president's mantra of "Do as I say and not as I do." American families, because of the economic challenges they are facing, may have to forgo that trip to Disney World, but will, through taxes, be forced to kick in for the Obamas to take two planes to Martha's Vineyard or a ski holiday in Aspen. Another example of the selfishness and the fact this man enjoys "being president" more than performing the job itself.

Congratulations to Larry Conners for coming the closest any journalist has to a Brett Baier-Obama Interview.(Part I, Part II)

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