seems like he didn't exactly "storm" out anyway, what a surprise.
Raw footage of the Thursday interview shows that it lasted nearly ten minutes, which is not unusually brief on the campaign trail.
"After discussing foreign policy, the payroll tax, negative advertisements, and super fund PACs, the interview concluded with three whole minutes of
discussion on the issue of the incendiary racist and homophobic letters that were published in Mr Paul's name in the Eighties and Nineties. "
"Initial news reports made it seem that Mr Paul recited his one line response- that he didn't write the letters, that he didn't read them until about
a decade after they were published, and that he disavows them- and stormed off, tossing away his microphone and charging out.The newly-released CNN
footage shows something entirely different."
oh what a surprise!!
The CNN reporter, Gloria Borger, didn't even seem particularly upset or surprised that the interview was ending considering the fact that she was
beginning to repeat the same questions.
People first reported that Mr Paul stormed out when the controversial newsletters came up, but really he answered 3 full minutes of questions
funny link contained in the article on unrelated topic:
Fox News commentator calls Obama a 'skinny, ghetto crackhead' on air
and a quote from within that article:
Mr Bozell took issue with the fact Mr Matthews said that Mr Gingrich 'looked like a car-bomber' in a video clip this past March.
american politics is really starting to make me laugh. they should just let them all get in a big mud pool and fight it out
on 24-12-2011 by Equ1nox because: (no reason given)