Rep. Paul Broun R-GA, called a question by a person at a Town Hall meeting inappropriate and he moved on on after the question Who is going to shoot Obama? was posed.
Obviously, the question was inappropriate, so Congressman Broun moved on, Broun's press secretary Jessica Morris told the Athens Banner Herald on Wednesday.
The question came at a Tuesday meeting in Lexington, Georgia where Broun was speaking with constituents at the University of Georgia Adum School of Ecology, according to the report.
The question got a big laugh, according to reporter Blake Aued. However Aued said he did not hear it initially since the person speaking was at the back of chamber where the meeting was taking place. He learned about it through an outraged commenter on an article about the meeting posted to the site.
Aued followed up and confirmed that the question was asked.
After the question was posed and laughter arose, Broun said:
The thing is, I know there's a lot of frustration with this president. We're going to have an election next year. Hopefully, we'll elect somebody that's going to be a conservative, limited-government president that will take a smaller, who will sign a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
He then began to speak about the Republican party's budget proposal.