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Obama Interior Secretary Threatens to Punch Out Reporter

Joel176 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 5:40 PM
So, the brave Mr Salazar when asked a tough question (unusual) from a reporter from Colorado threatens to punch her out, he does it knowing he's under the protection of the obummer criminal syndicate. Now, there will come a time when he no longer has Holder to watch his back, I'm sure this reporter has friends, who have friends in Colorado. Just perhaps when this idiot goes back to Colorado some day, has a beer, someone will clock him. In self defense of course.
Roger198 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 8:09 PM
It was at least, a him, Dave Philipps but it's the sort of thing we have come to expect from this mob though. From the look of him he needs to be careful who he threatens though. I wouldn't mind a go myself.
Joel176 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 8:21 PM
My mistake, not catching the gender of the reporter. It just seems normal that the only person a liberal male would attack would be a female.

I for the life of cannot understand how it is that people like him, Reid, Napalitano etc attract people to vote for them. I do understand the impact of negative campaigning, but I would think that when candidates lie so often and so over the top, that it would reflect upon them not only as a candidate, but as a person.
wulf73 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 10:19 PM
There is a lot of places in the mountains of Colorado to get lost.
wulf73 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 10:20 PM
1) Not enough people pay attention to know what is really going on, so they keep voting the incumbent in.

2) Fraud is how they keep winning elections.

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is a bit sensitive these days about wild horses being sold to Mexican slaughter houses. The exchange happened on Election Day in Colorado.

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar threatened to punch a reporter with the Colorado Springs Gazette after the reporter asked him about the Bureau of Land Management's wild horses program at an Election Day get-out-the-vote event.

Reporter Dave Philipps conducted a two-minute interview with Salazar, a Democrat, at the event at an Obama campaign office in Fountain on Election Day.

The interview — recorded by Philipps...