But Romney's message is a threat to the Obama Regime and their lapdogs are busy trying to change the narrative. It called manufacturing a media distraction....at the Polish Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of all places (Kristinn at FreeRepublic)
Reporters accompanying presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney yelled questions at Romney about his so-called mistakes and gaffes on his foreign trip as the candidate left the Polish Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw today.
The barrage prompted one of Romney's press aides, Rick Gorka, to lose his cool at reporters. Of course, those reporters are making the aide's profanity the story and not their own incredible rudeness.
A transcript of the incident via CNN's Jim Acosta in Warsaw:
CNN: "Governor Romney are you concerned about some of the mishaps of your trip?
NYT: "Governor Romney do you have a statement for the Palestinians?
Washington Post: "What about your gaffes?
NYT: "Governor Romney do you feel that your gaffes have overshadowed your foreign trip?"
CNN: "Governor Romney just a few questions sir, you haven't taken but three questions on this trip from the press!
Gorka: "Show some respect"
NYT: "We haven't had another chance to ask a question..."
Gorka: "Kiss my ass. This is a Holy site for the Polish people. Show some respect."
Acosta added: Moments later, Gorka told Jonathan Martin, a reporter for Politico, to "shove it." About a half-hour later, the aide called reporters to apologize.
The news media would be crucified if they treated Barack Obama this way (they never would, of course.) They should be crucified for their infantile, insulting behavior.
Gorka shouldn't have apologized. The lapdogs should apologize to the Polish people for showing such a lack of reverence at a sacred memorial.
But the bigger story here is how the media is busy covering for Obama. You notice that it took days before his infamous "you didn't build that" statement was reported by the lapdogs? There was not a lot of coverage when he referred to the "57 States" or "Navy Corpseman." either.
You certainly didn't see the media get as up in arms with Obama's "Polish Death Camps" reference as they are about this exchange with the Romney press aide.
And remember what happened to Neil Munro of the Daily Caller, when he tried to ask The Anointed One a question about his illegal executive order on amnesty?
Of course, that was the reporters' fault, because it was Obama being questioned.