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Why Conservatives Should Stop The Obama Teleprompter Jokes

Isn't it time for conservatives to move past the teleprompter jokes about President Obama? The Republican nominee, whoever he is, will have to rely on a teleprompter, and at least one candidate -- Mitt Romney -- already uses one regularly.

Yet the jokes, and the mockery of Obama as incapable of expressing a thought without a cue card, won't die. "I almost feel like a president up here, with the teleprompters," pollster Tony Fabrizio said Saturday at the Conservative Political Action Conference. "And they're empty," he added to laughter, "like much of his words."

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