Skip to comments.Democrat Ed Rendell Likens Obama Going on “The View” to Going on “Jerry Springer” – Video
Posted on 07/27/2010 10:48:14 AM PDT by Federalist Patriot
Here is video of Pennsylvania Democrat Gov. Ed Rendell on Morning Joe today, where he disagreed with President Obamas decision to go on The View this Thursday.
Rendell said, Theres got to be a little bit of dignity to the presidency.
Rendell went a step further and said I would not put him on Jerry Springer either. Rendell said, The President of the United States should go on serious shows.
You could tell his disagreement with Obamas decision was not going over well with Mika Brzezinski and others on the show!
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Not surprised since Fast Eddie is a close pal of the Clintons.
Nothing new from kneespad-ridden Obama-ite Rendell....
Although we all agree with him, and have seen the "dignity" of the Presidency was lost long ago on this couple when Obama and SheBama moved into the White House. They have been trying to lower the standards of the Office, and all Americans. Guess it is too hard for them to learn about decorum and manners, and good taste. It is easier for them to remain low class clods sitting in luxury and not appreciating what they have and showing respect. However, I find it funny that Rendell makes a statement about Dignity.
So it’s Hillary in 2012.
Hey-—waitaminutehere, Gov Ed’s been reading FR:
“Obama To Appear On ‘The View’ Thursday
07/26/2010 3:09:05 PM PDT · 15 of 25
reagandemocrat to Red in Blue PA
He might as well go on Jerry Springer.”
this is going to really upset those ladies
Why would Rendell insult Springer like that?
So did Obama give decorating tips, or was he telling everyone how to dress?
Surprised that took eight posts.
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