Desperate Obama Meets With Leftie Bloggers – Koo Koo ka Choo

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Koo koo ka choo

He really is desperate. Barack Obama met with leftie bloggers today in the White House.
Obviously, there was no drug test.

Jake Tapper posted a group shot. What’s with the one dude’s sleeve?

The Huffington Post reported:

President Barack Obama has gone on a veritable media blitz as the election has approached, speaking to reporters in off-record settings, doing sit-down interviews with traditional (National Journal) and alternative (Rolling Stone) publications, and appearing on radio programs with varying audiences (Al Sharpton and Michael Smerconish’s shows just this week).

The reach extends deep into the entrails of the new media world as well. On Wednesday, the president conducted what appears to be the first ever in-person sit-down with political bloggers, hosting a group of five in the White House.

The invitees fall more under the rubric of ideological or issue-oriented activists as opposed to online reporters, though the names are familiar to most political junkies. An administration official confirmed that Joe Sudbay of AMERICABlog; Duncan Black (“Atrios”), who runs the site Eschaton; Barbara Morrill, who writes for the DailyKos; Jon Amato, who edits Crooks and Liars; and Oliver Willis, who runs an eponymous site, spoke with the president on Wednesday.

They, no doubt, talked about the issues important to Americans today… Michelle Malkin, gay rights, Breitbart, O’Keefe, DADT, socialism and Michelle Obama’s toned arms.

More… The Wolf added:

This group of bloggers finally found someone more leftist than themselves.

Agreed.

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