One of the arguments that Barack Obama has marshalled in his favor as a reason for Democrats to elect him is that he is cool and calm under pressure. He can, unlike Hillary Clinton, remain collected in the face of tough questions. Is that really true, or is it simply the fact that Obama rarely makes himself available for tough questions from the media?
That latter hypothesis acquired some evidence in its favor today as the presidential candidate appeared on Fox News to answer questions about his controversial long-time associate Jeremiah Wright. Watch the video and tell me what you think. Can Obama take a tough pitch or is he a minor-leaguer?