NY Post: Comedy writers don’t make fun of Obama because he’s ‘unmockable’

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http://twitter.com/#!/CamelbackPaul/status/503598192701632513

Editor’s note: This post has been updated to correct the wrong premise of the post. The original title of ‘This is a joke, right?’ New York Post: Comedy writers don’t make fun of Obama because he is ‘completely unmockable’ has been changed to the current title which more accurately reflects the NY Post article.

The author’s intent was erroneously mischaracterized. We regret the error and apologize to Mr. Smith. We are also including his tweets here:

http://twitter.com/#!/rkylesmith/status/503612956865994752

Mr. Smith’s article, which actually takes the entertainment industry to task for shielding Obama, can (and should) be read here.

The original post follows below as Twitchy has a policy of transparency and does not unpublish posts.

Here is the New York Post’s rationale as to why many comedy writers avoid making fun of President Obama:

http://twitter.com/#!/RandallHoven/status/503596878491947008
http://twitter.com/#!/The_Real_Joey_B/status/503597844306341889

Unfortunately, no.

http://twitter.com/#!/kevinpost/status/503599720313266176
http://twitter.com/#!/MitchC182/status/503595888301047808

Apparently not.

http://twitter.com/#!/Lubyanka13/status/503601245383180288

Then again.

http://twitter.com/#!/amcap76/status/503596845596409857

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/08/24/new-york-post-slams-comedy-writers-for-not-making-fun-of-unmockable-obama/

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