Skip to comments.Carney rewrites Bidenís audacious claim
Posted on 03/20/2012 6:35:42 PM PDT by Nachum
White House spokesman Jay Carney carefully deflected Vice President Joe Bidens Monday night declaration that the successful raid on Osama bin Ladens hideout was the most audacious military strike in 500 years.
He meant the decision the president made was a very difficult one, said Carney, when asked about Bidens gaffe. When youre president, you have to make the tough decisions.
Carney kept a straight face amid laughter from journalists attending the press conference.
But Carney stepped back when asked if the bin Laden raid was more audacious that the D-Day landings on the Nazi-held Normandy coast in June 1944.
Well, the historical assessments, Ill leave to him and others, Carney said.
Bidens assessment of his boss rates Obama above other leaders, including President Abraham Lincoln, F.D.R., Gen. Dwight Eisenhower and George S. Patton, or Gen. DoLittle, who flew ground-based bombers off an aircraft carrier in 1942 on a one-way mission to attack Tokyo targets.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailycaller.com ...
That is great! I am putting it on Twitter :)
And to think it was just last week my liberal friends were salivating over Gamechange because they couldn’t BELIEVE someone so STUPID came SO CLOSE to becoming Vice President!
Slow Joe is called Slow Joe because .... well, because he is slow (or “special” in progressive circles). How ironic that the Carney barker is again barking for Slow Joe.
Only if he is queer LOL
I’ll go with Washington crossing the Deleware River at Trenton or Jackson at Chancellorsville; not Skippy in the War Room.
“Sideshow” Carney and Slow Joe Biden should start a comedy act. There hasn’t been a good comedy duo since Burns and Allen. Say goodnight, Joe!
Heck, I’d go with Pee Wee Herman in the biker bar if all we have to top is 0bama coming in off of the golf course.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.