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Rep. Walsh Calls President Obama a Tyrant

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Published on Jun 20, 2012

At a town hall meeting last weekend in Elmhurst, IL, CREDO SuperPAC caught Rep. Joe Walsh on video calling President Obama a tyrant for halting the deportation of young immigrants. After Rep. Walsh called Obama a tyrant, he then walked back his comments by saying, "I don't want to call him a tyrant because he really isn't smart enough to know what that means."

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"And again, fair is fair, you want a debate on the law fine have that debate. But right now it's a law on the books and you just told your law enforcement people don't enforce it. I was on one radio station and I said my god he's a tyrant. I don't know what else you call him. I don't want to give him that credit because I don't think he's smart enough. I think he's only doing this because he's campaigning, that's all the guy knows. So I don't want to call him a tyrant, because he really isn't smart enough to know what that means. But in one fell swoop he just made 800,000 illegal immigrants, let's call it legal, and gave them the ability to work here legally."

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