June 19, 2011 by USA Post
Obama Impersonator, The talk of the Republican Leadership Conference on Saturday was the Obama impersonator comedian and professional Reggie Brown, who was hired to carry out his time in the field of caricature of the president. After a series of questionable if any, race-related jokes about Obama, not to mention heavy blows to Republican candidates, Brown asked him to leave the stage before he could reach Michele Bachmann, The New York Times reported. Video of his act (including loud music interrupted him and escorted off the stage) is below.
The term is used broadly to describe Brown’s jokes about Obama is “racially tinged”, so the general consensus is that they were not racist, per se, but made “almost entirely white” public more than a little uncomfortable. Here are some examples of his “dying race” jokes:
“I took a vacation in my home state, Hawaii, or the like to call Kenya Tea Party.”
“My favorite is the month of February, Back History Month. See Michele, celebrating all month. I only hold half.”
“My mother loved a black man, and there was not a Kardashian.”
Brown threw a screen image of Fred Sanford in “Sanford and Son”, saying that’s what Obama will look like when he grew older.
According to the Times, the public was “perplexed.” However, through the dirty jokes of Obama, the laughter was often outrageous, based on the video below. And, of course, no one seemed to care Congressman Weiner jokes, but the laughter was a bit off, when the image flashed gray boxer the audience had probably seen in countless acts of comedy. Laughter really only calmed down when Brown turned his attention to members of the Republican Party. No one laughed at his impression Boehner mourn. He was greeted with boos when he called Newt Gingrich’s campaign “frail and barely clinging to life.”
The crowd seemed downright angry when he referred to the faith, Mitt Romney, a Mormon, showing a picture of him with several wives. He went on to mock performance, Tim Pawlenty, during the recent Republican debate, saying Pawlenty missed the event because it was “with his foot surgically removed from the mouth,” adding: “Do not worry. Covered by Obamneycare. In conjunction with marrow transplants. “But he really seemed to cross the line when he said:” [CNN] John King served him a soft ball after Barney Frank. “(Frank is a gay member of Congress from Massachusetts).
“Now we Michele Bachmann” he began. The music started playing. According to the Washington Post, RLC President and CEO Charlie Davis took the decision to remove him off the stage, and a man took the stage to physically accompany Brown. “I just thought he had gone too far,” said Davis. “It was fun the first 10 or 15 minutes, but was not suitable, it was ridiculous.”
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