President Barack Obama delivered Democrat-friendly California a stark message Monday: Liberal Sen. Barbara Boxer might lose her re-election race if her supporters don't work hard.
And now the deserved irony about working hard on something:
Obama faced a handful of hecklers demanding to know what he was going to do to get rid of the "don't ask don't tell" policy that prevents gays from serving openly in the military. The heckling grew so insistent that Obama responded, saying that he and Boxer supported overturning the policy.
"So I don't know why you're hollering," Obama said, telling them to yell at people who oppose lifting the ban.
Well, they're hollering because the Administration is not exactly making this a big priority.