Skip to comments.WH Press Secretary Gibbs Sets New Record for Stuttering As He Spins Answer on Geithner
Posted on 03/21/2009 11:50:12 AM PDT by Ernest_at_the_Beach
Does the White House Press Secretary need a teleprompter too?
Watch as Robert Gibbs sets a new Obama Administration record (and thats saying something) for the most uhs and ums in a single sentence as he struggles to find the right spin to explain why Treasury Secretary knew all about the AIG bonuses a week before telling us this week that he was just as surprised as the rest of us (full story with video at Hot Air)
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Nah. He’ll just go back to calling on pre selected journalists with pre selected questions.
Gibbs is a train wreck, but I hope he stays for entertainment purposes.
If he was the best of the lot, I shudder to think of what the audition process looked like.
I remember those cartoons...
Only 3 years and 10 months to go.
I miss them on TV. All that’s on now is Tom & Jerry. That gets boring after a week or two.
Gibbs: “Uh, well, uh, that, well, uh, is, uh...what was the question again?”
Yea, those cartoons were great, the truth is they have been BANNED due to violence and not PC. I have alot of them, and they are labeled as banned. It is a sad world.
I can’t believe there isn’t a drinking game for everytime he says, “Umm....”
Do you really believe the Kenyan will last that long?
Bawney Fwank=Elmer Fudd
Please go read the newspapers. The teleprompter in chief and I just want to eat our waffles
Someone needs to type out a transcript of this...you’d wear out the “uh” key!
It is good that Tony Snow is not here to see what a buffoon that Gibbs is. Tony anticipated just about every question that the White House reporters threw at him. I miss Tony!
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