#rsrh QotD, @JakeTapper Salvages His Honor edition.

Background: The President ran into the press briefing (technically, his first in several months) unannounced today, threw out – or up – a few slams at Mitt Romney, graciously allowed himself to be asked about Missouri Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin, then ran out of the briefing again like the jackrabbit that Obama has become*.  On the President’s way out the door, Jake Tapper reportedly called to Obama’s back:

“Don’t be a stranger!”

I’m going to give Jake style points for that, at least.  To be fair, the entire thing was the media equivalent of a drive-by shooting, and I’m a fair-minded man.  I don’t know if I would have done better, under similar circumstances…

Moe Lane

*Delicacy, of course, prevents me from speculating whether that particular transformation is perhaps regretted by any of the people in Barack Obama’s life…


  • qixlqatl says:

    He’ll need to be faster than a jack rabbit to get away from his record….

  • countrydoc says:

    But no press conferences, because the media is so unfair to Obama.

  • Lourae says:

    Watching the lib media crowing over the exploitation of rape and incest victims is some really repugnant s*#t. Ugh. Hurry up, November.

  • Rob Crawford says:

    You sure he was imitating a jack RABBIT?

  • Murgatroyd says:

    Jake Tapper should have been tapped as one of the presidential debate moderators. I’ll bet he was a candidate for the job, and I’ll bet the Democrats nixed him.

  • Matt S. says:

    Wait. You have a chance to ask the President a question… and you waste it on Akin? Who asked that, so that their editor can fire them and replace them with someone who can ask good questions?

  • Lourae says:

    All part of Operation Squirrel. *sigh* Jake is dreamy, though.

  • jetty says:

    @Rob – LOL.

    Time to trot out my joke again:

    Q: What’s the difference between a prostitute and member of the WH press corps?
    A: The prostitute may have integrity.

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