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I guess, when they don't have anywhere else to go -- they think blatant Disrespect will get them a Headline or two.

Such are the "ethics" of the Tea Party Nation.  And yet they continue blather on.

Obama Heckled By Daily Caller Reporter During Immigration Speech In Rose Garden

by Elizabeth Flock, -- June 15, 2012

The heckler, who challenged the president about how unemployed Americans could be affected, visibly upset the president, who said: "This is the right thing to do for the American people."

When interrupted by the heckler again, Obama got heated, saying: "It's not time for questions, not while I'm speaking," and "I didn't ask for an argument."

Before walking out of the Rose Garden, the heckler yelled out that he was an immigrant himself.

According to Talking Points Memo's Brian Beutler, the heckler has identified himself as Neil Munro, a White House reporter at the conservative news site the Daily Caller.

Link to USNews Video

Take two:

Obama heckled by reporter during immigration policy announcement

I don't know how President Obama does it, politely dealing with the Disrespect dished out to him and the Dignity of the Office, like no other President, in modern times has had to endure.

Here's a quick recap of how much the Tea Party "respects" the Office:

GOP Rep. to Obama: 'You Lie!'

President Obama, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer Share Tense Tarmac Moment

Perhaps this is the prime mover of it all. The one who helprd create the Tea Party Haters, all so she could gain fame and fortune for herself.  She was quite the Game Changer.

Palin Criticizes Obama's 'Terrorist' Connection

I don't know how President Obama does it, politely dealing with the Disrespect dished out to him and the Dignity of the Office, like no other President, has had to endure in modern times.

The man must "have the patience of Job" ... as the old saying goes.

President Barack Obama is still indeed, a Class Act -- bar none.

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