On radio early Tuesday morning, Glenn Beck said it was an "outrage" that President Obama hadn't come out in support of the protests in Iran. By late Tuesday morning, it's almost as if Barack Obama heard that criticism. Almost.
During a press conference on his new budget, Obama finally spoke out about the anti-dictatorship protests in Iran and the fight for freedom, noting the hypocrisy of the Iranian regime for supporting protests in Egypt but simultaneously suppressing the Iranian people's own cries for change:
But despite the president's statement, which only came at the request of a reporter, Beck wasn't pleased. According to him, since Obama's remarks weren't addressed to the people on the streets the words were essentially meaningless and "mealy-mouthed":
For information on Beck's comments regarding the Huffington Post, see here.