Obama Dodges Denver Reporter's Hard Questions

H/T Craig Silverman

Congratulations and thanks to Denver's 9News reporter Kyle Clark, who asked President Barack Obama the hardest questions I've ever heard him asked.

Kyle Clark's first question to Obama: "Were the Americans under attack at the consulate in Benghazi Libya denied requests for help during that attack? And is it fair to tell Americans that what happened is under investigation and we'll all find out after the election?"

Seriously, why don't more reporters have both the courage and the decency to ask the questions that need to be asked. Clark didn't stop there, asking more hard questions which clearly had Obama, so used to sycophants, wondering how he ever got booked on a news channel with a real reporter.

Obama's answers regarding Benghazi were a complete dodge of the most important questions he's ever been asked.

His answers regarding Abound Solar (another hard-hitting question) were more leftist utopian platitudes about "wind, solar, and biomass." And his answer about why he called Romney a "bullshitter" was, ironically enough, made of a certain type of rhetorical animal refuse.

Link here, video below:

Again, I say thanks and congratulations to Kyle Clark.

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    Comment from: airbus
    10/28/12 @ 12:50:46 pm

    Yes, very unusual but good that a reporter would ask the questions. There i never any accountability with this adminisration in the form of press conferences or addresses to the nation. I think Bill Kristol is on to something about Obama' call to Netenyahu on Sept 11. It apparently was made during the height of the crisis in Lybia so Obama could take himself out of he game for cover so he coud say he was not involved in any of the wrongs of decisions that were made. One thing you can count on during this comng storm, if voters in New York are stranded on rooftops or in any danger, there will be a rescue made unless they are military. Military members don't vote Obama so they are not worthy of rescue.

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