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I'm all right tasteless and offensive that's what.
A lot of people are saying about this magazine cover for the New York are out now.
I check it out it slams -- -- well a lot of people are slamming the magazine's cover cartoon depicting Obama in the Oval Office.
Wearing what appears to be traditional Islamic dress with his wife Michelle holding an assault rifle strapped her back the flag is burning in the fireplace as a picture of some of the -- Above the -- Major Garrett live on this story everybody's jumping on this thing major good morning.
-- clearly in the eye of the be holder bill and Megyn the Obama campaign bill they appreciate what The New Yorker said it was trying to do which -- SATA rise.
The caricature of Barack Obama they're not pleased with it at all.
The statement from campaign spokesman Bill Burton.
The New Yorker may think as one of their staff explained to us that their cover is a satirical lampoon.
Other caricature senator Obama's right wing critics have tried to create.
But most readers will see it it's tasteless and offensive.
And we agree clear the Obama campaign doesn't want to continue to have this debate about.
Senator Obama's patriotism his religion his commitment to country.
All of those things have come up in the campaign they would like to get away from that and at the -- my New Yorker Magazine which is sympathetic in the piece in the magazine itself.
Portrays Obama and a very sympathetic light.
This -- doesn't and that's garnering much more attention and that's a pathetic article in which is -- and guardian of the McCain campaign came out today agree it's tasteless is offensive also do question still follow Obama.
About his faith and -- major.
Interesting Newsweek poll came out this week now one thing in Newsweek poll had -- -- the race pretty close 44% for Obama 41 for John McCain down quite a bit from a Newsweek -- three weeks to go ahead Obama with a big double digit lead.
Imbedded in that poll questions about religion as they relate to Obama 12% said they believe that he took the oath of office -- the United States senator on a Koran.
39% said they -- know Obama did not he took it on a Bible 26%.
Said he was raised a Muslim point 3% said they weren't sure he was not raised a Muslim at all.
12% say they believe he's a practicing Muslim today 19% said they don't know for the Obama campaign.
These -- folks who believe these things that are false and don't know whether they're true or false.
Present a problem that they're constantly having to deal with an unwelcome one politically mound give some people to talk about regarding this covered through major thank you for that -- that major -- wash.
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