Obama impersonator physically removed from stage at SRLC

If we're not going to police our own, the opposition can define us any way they choose. A President Obama impersonator was pulled off the stage Saturday at the Republican Leadership Conference, after telling a string of racially themed jokes about the president. The impersonator, Reggie Brown, took the stage at the annual presidential cattle call to the Bruce Springsteen song "Born in the USA" -- an apparent allusion to the birther controversy. He proceeded to tell a series of off-color jokes poking fun at Obama's biracial heritage and a gay member of Congress. (See the video here.) Eventually, RLC President and CEO Charlie Davis made the decision to pull him offstage, and a man came onstage to physcially escort Brown off. "I pulled him off the stage," Davis acknowledged afterward. "I just thought he had gone too far. He was funny the first 10 or 15 minutes, but it was inappropriate, it was getting ridiculous." I am all for ridiculing President Obama. He's an easy target...(Read Full Post)

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