Mark Levin wants to know what the standard is going forward for the president in commenting on crimes involving death. He wonders because he doesn’t believe that the parents of Brian Terry, the border patrol agent who was shot in the back by weapons this administration sold to the enemy, have received a phone call from the president. He wonders these things in light of the planted question Obama got the other day about Trayvon Martin. He tells journalists that the next time Obama’s staffers are whispering planted questions in their ear, perhaps they should ask what the standard is going forward on Obama commenting on these matters:
UPDATE: Also, here’s the story from the Telegraph that Levin was referring to.