Skip to comments.Carney: Obama Telling People To Tweet GOPers Is A "Bipartisan Message"
Posted on 07/29/2011 3:23:39 PM PDT by Nachum
Question from Reporter #1: "You mentioned the word bipartisan. How does it promote an atmosphere of bipartisanship for the President to encourage citizens to call recalcitrant lawmakers and to use his campaign apparatus to tweet out the Twitter handles of Republicans to encourage them to encourage people to sort of jump all over folks to get them to vote? I mean, does that foster a sense of cooperation?"
Jay Carney, White House press secretary: "What the President has called for is for those Americans who believe that we need compromise in Washington to communicate that to their members of Congress. That can be Democrats or Republicans. That is hardly a partisan message. It is explicitly a bipartisan message."
Reporter #2: "They're only tweeting Republicans."
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I have a nice “bipartisan message” for both the RATs and the RINOs.
.....Republicans are the ones who must compromise, that is the definition in Washington.
“Barack Obama Twitter Spams The Nation, Loses 10,000 Followers And Counting”
He asks people to do for him what he cannot, among a political body of which he is a co-equal of the sum of all congress.
Very big mistake on his part. Shows him a weak leader who is overpaid and stole our checkbook and wants us to call the bank to ask to cover his spending.
Jay Blarney—that fits!
A President calling out his nitwits is somethign a community organizer would do NOT a President.Just when I think he can’t look anymore amateurish he does this....
I have long come to the conclusion that Carney was a literal student of Baghdad Bob and/or Goebbels.....=.=
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