Let's be fair here.
If George W. Bush cancelled news conferences with foreign leaders because (of the appearance) he'd need a teleprompter guiding him through responses while the others didn't, just what would the left be saying about him?
Remember Barack Obama's primetime press conference where the punditry later complained his answers averaged 10-15 minutes each? Could it have been he was being fed pertinent mini speech segments?
With that, take a good listen (if you haven't already) when he speaks without his security prompter. Progressives will excuse him, saying he's being thoughtful, while some of us think he's in search of a thought, period.
Speculation is that David Axelrod is the man behind the prompter, whether it be speeches or press conference crib notes, and if that's the case it should make us all wonder what's really happening upstairs in the president's head. Is he really this deep thinker or is he just a bubblehead, doing what he's told to do and say?
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