The stunt by a rodeo clown at the bull riding event at the State Fair the past weekend was disrespectful to the office of our president. The clown wore a President Obama facemask and the announcer talked about having the bull run him down, apparently to the delight of the crowd.
To disagree with the president is appropriate as long as it is in good taste and respect for the office is upheld. What happened at the State Fair was inappropriate and in poor taste. It was disrespectful to the highest public office we have in America. It may have been funny to the spectators, but to have a stunt that suggests harm to the president is wrong and despicable.
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