OBAMA IMPERSONATOR JOKES CUT SHORT!
Reggie Brown, the Obama impersonator, was pulled from a GOP event, due to some rather racially sensitive jokes, he made, it is claimed.
I do not believe the reasons behind this.
Mr Brown was apparently escorted off stage at the Republican Leadership conference,for mocking President Obama’s heritage and some GOP candidates in his sketch.
Mr Brown made jokes on Obama’s birth place,Tim Pawlenty, Anthony Weiner, and Tea Party Queen Michele Bachmann:
He joked about rumours of Mr Obama’s birthplace saying: “Obama was born in Hawaii - or as the Tea Partyers call it, Kenya.”
He also said the politician, who had a black father and white mother, celebrated half of Black History Month.
He drew raucous applause when he compared a drop in support for House Speaker Newt Gingrich’s campaign to Democrat Anthony Weiner dropping his trousers.
Brown also took a shot at former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, who missed the conference because “he’s having his foot surgically removed from his mouth”.
But it was when he started talking about Michele Bachmann’s Tea Party support that his microphone went silent and he was told it was time to leave the stage.
So, let me get this story straight.
It was all Republican fun and games when Reggie Brown was making racial jokes about the President and his heritage, taking swipes at Democrats and even Black History Month.
But, when Reggie Brown directed his jokes at GOP and Tea Party politicians, then he is pulled??
Something tells me that the GOP event did not hire an Obama impersonator in order to fill and bridge a friendly gap between the parties.
Well, that answers it. Its called politics of hypocrisy.
The gall of the conservatives to claim a moral and ethical reasoning for this is just laughable.