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Saturday, September 10, 2011

Gaffe? What gaffe?

From The American Thinker...
Barack Obama has gone to Congress asking for more money to spend. The President, in a rambling and tedious exercise mixing blame with demands, made quite a few dubious statements in laying out the case for Congress to vote for the plan which as yet does not exist. Much like Obamacare, Congress must ultimately vote for the bill to know what is in it.

At one point Mr. Obama made a major gaffe; he identified Abraham Lincoln as the founder of the Republican Party.


Lincoln did not join the Republicans until 1856, over two years after the party was founded. The first Republican convention was held in Ripon, Wisconsin in 1854.

PBS alters transcript to hide Obama gaffe

Now, listen to me tell it.

If G.W. Bush had made such an egregious error, everybody 'cept for FOX News would have been spitting all over their DCCC talking points bulletins while instinctively lurching to criticize him.

Tell me I'm wrong, Nancy!

But, hey, this ain't Dubya we're talking 'bout. This is a textbook example of a clueless and useless boob who makes Dubya look really smart in direct comparisan.

But, being the last gasp darling of the non-productive folks---the Democrats---his repeated gaffes shall go unmentioned.

Sorry, but Mr. Teleprompter makes even Dubya look smart!

And yet, the media covers for him.

Later


2 comments:

D.B. Echo said...

That jumped out at me. He didn't found the Republicans! He didn't even define them! Of course, that rail-splitter would be ridden out of town on one by the current party that bears the name "Republican." As would that pinko environmentalist Nixon and that soft-on-America's-enemies wimp Reagan.

Pope George Ringo said...

RE; DB ECHO;
Additionally, even Barry Goldwater and the parties patron saint, Ronnie REagan would be considered too liberal by today's standards.
Hey, just thinkin' this weekend after seeing all the flood coverage that Louie Barletta is NO Danny Flood!
Flood was acting like a major General during Agnes, flooding (no pun intended) the airwaves with his swagger and can do attitude.
Poor Lou looked like a deer in the headlights.
Hey guys, You get whatcha voted for!!
I propose an amendment, that from this day forward all "tea partiers" be exempt from any federal aid when Mommy nature comes to call in their neighborhood.
Bless YOu!!!