Skip to comments.Gibbs mocks Palin
Posted on 02/10/2010 2:48:39 AM PST by JohnHuang2
After President Barack Obama's surprise visit to the White House briefing room Tuesday, press secretary Robert Gibbs took back the mic with a show-stealing joke at former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's expense.
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Gibbs mimics Andrea Mitchell; Sarahcuda eats their boss's lunch
Approximately 3 seconds after Sarah Palin's keynote speech to the Tea Party convention in Nashville (no wait -- less than 2 seconds), Democrat consultant Bob Shrum attacked Palin as a "merchant of hate" for opposing Obama's insane agenda. Luckily for him, Shrum's dispassionate, policy-based analysis was only carried by MSNBC, so nobody saw or heard him make a fool of himself.
Liberals at MSNBC apparently still think Shrum has lots of credence, having been the principle architect of John Kerry's 31-state defeat to 'moron' George W. Bush.
Going into a paroxysm of intestinal colic, Andrea Mitchell attacked Palin for writing notes on her hand during the speech, alleging this proves Palin's not as smart as Obama, who gets by with just a pair of screens that tell him what to say to a class of sixth graders.
Mitchell whined that it's not fair for Palin to make an issue of the TelePrompted Obama's reliance on machines to instruct him on what to say and how to use a men's room urinal, since she relied on hand notes this one time. If rumor has it correctly, the hag's 'brilliant' husband Alan Greenspan relies on hand notes himself. Every night, "Check Andrea Mitchell for rigor mortis."
Media liberals spent the whole weekend attacking Palin and writing her off as irrelevant and impotent, then followed up on Monday and Tuesday by running countless broadcast and cable segments denouncing Palin and writing her off as irrelevant and impotent.
In another breathless display of liberal tolerance, Palin was attacked by sports columnist Mike Lupica as impotent and of having "delusions of grandeur if she thinks she can be President." Being a sports columnist, Lupica has delusions of being male.
Mark Halperin of TIME dismissed Palin as irrelevant and of having "far less support in the country at large than the gullible Old Media seems to understand or suggest." He then rushed to appear on the Sunday edition of ABC's World News, maintaining that Palin is irrelevant and impotent! He said, "let's say she's got tens of millions of followers as does the Tea Party movement, that does not make a national winning coalition."
When none of this deeply thoughtful, anti-Palin media agit-poop seemed to work, libbies issued dire warnings to Republicans that irrelevant and impotent Palin -- with her tens of millions of 'followers' -- could potentially undermine the entire GOP! We liberals care deeply about the health of the GOP! Trust us!
John Brennan yesterday took some time off from botching up counterterrorism to write a crybaby op-ed complaining about criticism that he's botching up counterterrorism. The whiny screed pops up just days after Palin's speech criticizing the decision to Mirandize Abdulmutallab's "accused" underwear, so I'm sure it had nothing to do with Palin's speech.
From Andrea Mitchell, whose face looks strikingly like the lunar landscape, to Andrew Sullivan, who dwells on the moon, to the Four Corpsemen of the Hypocrilypse -- Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann, Joe Scarborough, David Shuster -- the poor scared little things! His lunatic Trig Truther theory discredited, Sullivan moved from investigating Bristol's belly to now obsessing about her mother's physique, accusing Palin of being "Coughlin with boobs." Sullivan has delusions of growing a set.
Having gotten himself so wee-wee'd up over Palin's speech, Obama can't stay on message even with the TelePrompTer, yapping about his failed healthcare fetish on Sunday, then Monday it's about jobs, then it's back to crappy healthcare "reform" in the afternoon. One Palin speech and hapless Obama's stricken with bladder control problems for a week. Then yesterday it was Obama's Grand Strategy for dealing with Palin, consisting of sending a dorky press secretary to prove his manhood by attacking the girl with his grocery list scrawled on his hand, likely with indelible ink. Oh dear. I'm sure the Moose-hunting, pistol-packin' frontiersmama is weeping in her mommy's arms after this gut-buster.
As the White House's fierce Axelrod of Weasels try repeating the great success they didn't have 'delegitimizing' Fox News, poor Hussein is flailing about, he just got his entire rear end handed to him as a warm-up act by the plain-speaking, self-reliant, tax-cutting, pro-life, pro-gun, pro-drilling Governor, Mayor, Hockey-mom Sarahcuda from Wasilla. Obama has had a phenomenal first year.
My Two Cents...
The show stealing joke will be on Gibbs when Sarah is sworn in as president on Jan 20, 2013.
Dim bulb. The only conclusion is that Sarah is in their heads. Way in.
“From Andrea Mitchell, whose face looks strikingly like the lunar landscape, to Andrew Sullivan, who dwells on the moon, to the Four Corpsemen of the Hypocrilypse — Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann, Joe Scarborough, David Shuster —”
I can’t wait to hear the wailing and gnashing of teeth when she’s the POTUS.
The funny thing is, this guy has done so little in his life, accomplished so little compared to Madam President, and he is never even going to be considered for such a position, it’s easy to see why she just ignores these assholes, who go out of their way to prove they really are assholes.
GIBBS makes a fool of himself in front of the whole nation, the court jester of Obama world.
The palm note was actually a very bright move on Sarah's part. Sarah ought to come out and say, Yes, I too use a mobile teleprompter. I just don't need to plug mine in.
Gibbs better watch out, Ronald Reagan and Tony Snow will rise from the grave and treat him like a character in a bad Italian horror movie.
Two or three little words written on a hand as opposed to a teleprompter? Gibbs has no point
It’d be worth to see her elected C.I.C., just to watch libs jumping off buildings.
As much as people like to burn GWB in effigy, I would remind folks that whenever juvenile vitriol like this came up he simply ignored it.
Ignoring this banter shows maturity, and intelligence. Both traits of which Obama has neither. Unfortunately I find Sarah Palin’s lack of restraint regarding this telling.
And to those of you here who enjoying this juvenile banter might I remind you that as Conservatives you should be above responding to the chimpanzee antics displayed for the world to see at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
It’s juvenile, immature, and certainly not worthy of even responding to.
Just food for thought the next time you consider stooping to the level of neanderthal liberals.
And we all know how GWB and McCain not retailating to Dem propaganda worked out for them.
Politics is a full-contact sport, newb.
Thats beautiful. Yes, it is green! It uses no energy. It is reusable, portable and washable. Great thought. It can also be used to gesture one finger at a time. You can also talk to it. (Talk to the hand)
“Gibbs may make fun of my palm notes for making a speech, but when was the last time someone had to use a teleprompter to shop for groceries?”
Keeping the high moral ground has really worked out so well, hasn’t it? When you dealing with classless and stupid LIBs, the only thing that they understand is a kick in the butt.
Bush never responded because he didn’t have it in him. Rather, look to Ronald Reagan for his way of trating LIB attacks. Myself, I prefer Ann Coulter’s “finger in the eye” approach.
If someone repeatedly punches you in the face, you’re going to get tired of it and punch them back. We had to put up with much worse from the libs during both Bush Sr and Bush Jr’s terms (and both of Reagan’s terms as well.)
An occasional punch back is the least we should be doing to these pricks.
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