Skip to comments.Jay Carney’s Waterloo
Posted on 05/14/2013 6:46:52 AM PDT by National Review
Jay Carneys Waterloo: The White House spokesman flounders in front of a newly curious press corps.
By Charles C. W. Cooke
Thank you for that question, White House spokesman Jay Carney said feebly when, early in Fridays press conference, the issue of Benghazi was raised. And then he reflexively tried to recruit the questioner to his side. Look, Carney insisted, those darned Republicans are involved in an ongoing attempt to politicize a tragedy that took four American lives. Were not going to fall into their trap and ask questions of the administration, are we? Were not like those other outlets that are engaged in a pattern of spreading misinformation. Right, guys?
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Is it any coincidence that Valerie’s Twitter handle is @vj44?
She’s all over it. I wonder if she gave the stand down order.
When posting an article post the link to the article not the site’s main page, please. I know you put it in the comments but let’s all be consistent.
Her name is nowhere here, and I just don’t see how that is possible. I know people pee their pants at the sound of her approach, and she does look like a sleestack from ‘Land of the Lost’, but there is only so much people are going to take before they flip on her.
You know who is laughing his a$$ off?
He succeeded in getting the guy reelected, which essentially makes him a magician, and then he leaves the admin before all this stuff breaks.
This guy is my hero. If you can get people to buy Obama over Romney after everything Obama did to basically scream to the world his incompetence, you are in every sense of the world the best at what you do as a marketeer.
Carney has no shame! He’s back out there today lips moving.
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