Skip to comments.Presidentís economic advisor looks laughable on Meet the Press, but no oneís laughing
Posted on 03/18/2009 7:16:38 AM PDT by slomark
[video of interview, and Krusty the Clown]
The Obama administration is beginning to look like one of those clown cars. The door flies open and dozens of clowns pour out.
Christin Romer, the latest clown and chairwoman of the Presidents Council of Economic Advisors, attempted to snow host David Gregory on Sundays Meet The Press. Gregory wasnt buying.
GREGORY: So back then during the campaign when Senator McCain talked about the strong fundamentals of the economy, it was then-candidate Obama and his team that roundly criticized McCain, saying he was out of touch, he didnt get it, he didnt understand how bad the economy was. And yet now the presidents talking about the strong fundamentals of the economy. So whats different between then, the campaign, and now, except for the fact that the economys gotten dramatically worse?
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If the Pillsbury Dough Boy had a sister....
Every time I see her, I think “what’s this giggly pre-school teacher doing on TV?”
She does NOT inspire confidence.
I had to read this question three, four times. A hard-hitting, direct question that takes into account pertinent historical record? That's like finding the archaeopteryx building a nest in the oak tree outside your window.
Perhaps Obama wants the recession to worsen.
Must be easy pickings if David Gregory can tear them apart. I am almost surprised Gregory kept pressing. Usually at that point the MSM throws their liberal buddies and life-saver.
Watch the video before youtube takes it down. They don’t last that long there.
What’s up with this grown woman’s giggling?
I always wondered what happened to “Aunt Clara” of “Bewitched”!
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