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'Was There Some Kind Of Group Spine Removal Procedure At The W.H.


May 11, 2013
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'Was there some kind of group spine removal procedure at the White House?' asks AP reporter...

By David Martosko
September 5, 2013

An Associated Press reporter became a symbol Wednesday of journalists' impatience with the Obama administration's course in making a case for military strikes in Syria, asking the State Department's chief spokeswoman whether the White House had undergone a 'group spine removal procedure.'

Longtime AP foreign affairs correspondent Matt Lee was invited to ask the first question in a State Department briefing, and asked spokeswoman Jen Psaki why Secretary of State John Kerry called President Obama 'courageous' for seeking congressional approval before taking military action.

'I don’t understand what is courageous,' Lee said, 'about asking permission for something that you say you don’t need, to do what you believe to be the right thing, not just morally but in general.'



An impatient Lee fired back: 'So was there some kind of, like, group spine removal procedure at the White House over the weekend? I don’t understand. How does – how is this courageous?'


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'Was there some kind of group spine removal procedure at the White House?' asks AP reporter | Mail Online
Hmm..., I wonder who the surgeon was Jarret, or Axelrod? Surely Obama lost his spine somewhere along the line too.
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