RNS Quote of the Day: 07/25/12 (and then some)

First up with the quote:

It’s as if President Obama climbed into a tank, put on his helmet, talked about how his foray into Cambodia was seared in his memory, looked at his watch, misspelled “potato” and pardoned Richard Nixon all in the same day.

Pat SajakDefining Moments

I heard the President’s words last week and said to myself “Oooh, that’s gonna hurt. Does he think nobody’s listening?”

Then I watched a full batch of MSNBC to see and hear what their cover for him was going to be. I heard a chorus of “that is not what he said”. So I went back and watched it again. Yes, that is exactly what he said.

Then I heard she of the Top Ramen hair, DNC Chairwoman and Florida’s 20th District Congresswoman, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz on a radio program trying to use the “that’s not what he said” defense.

I heard her say “that’s not what he said” multiple times, but when she attempted to explain it to the radio host, it sounded exactly like what I thought he said. I guess that when you say the indefensible, it is true that not even tested media mavens can explain it in a way that doesn’t make what you said say something different.

So, in honor of our nation’s current President taking a shit on the productive 52%, I give a song that should be a #1 hit on more than just YouTube

Lazy American Dream – Troy Cook Jr.

According to Jim Hoft, all this vdieo was shot Ashland, TN, so somebody tell Uncle.

Also, Scott Borwn’s new web ad.

Hopefully he can keep the punch this thing contains when it gets whittled down for television.

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5 Responses to RNS Quote of the Day: 07/25/12 (and then some)

  1. Windy Wilson says:

    It’s what George Orwell referred to in 1984 as “duckspeak”, which was pointed out by Pascal Fervor a few weeks ago about the efforts to explain and rationalize Chief Justice Roberts’s decision on the once and future tax that is sometimes a penalty for the anti-injunction clause, which means no one has standing to sue and it’s exclusively a non-justiciable political question.

  2. Toastrider says:

    Wait, back up. Pat Sajak? As in, Wheel of Fortune Pat Sajak?

    Wow. I agree, of course, it’s an astonishing mountain of stupid.

    Pat, I’d like to solve the puzzle. Vote the bum out.

  3. Phssthpok says:

    Who does Obama think built the road building companies that built the roads? Who laid the tracks for the railroads? Who dug the the gravel and coal mines? Who built the steel mills and the timber companies? Who strung the power and telephone lines? (hint: they were all private corporations that were able to do those great things mainly due to government NOT being involved*) Even today, when a road gets built/repaved, it’s not the .gov doing it…it’s a private company that won a contract. .Gov may be paying for it (after stealing the money from you and keeping a portion for itself), but it sure as hell isn’t actually BUILDING it.

    I’m not aware of a single government owned and operated company in ANY of those industries. It’s a chicken/egg thing only in this particular case it can easily be traced back to a private enterprise ‘egg’ that laid the foundations of industry.

    *with the possible exception of .gov more or less stealing and /or handing over vast tracts of land for the railroads under eminent domain.

  4. Bram says:

    Debbie Wasserman-Schultz may be the dumbest person to ever hold elected office – and that is saying a lot. So of course the DNC made her the Chair.

  5. Rolf says:

    Bram – While Deb WasShul is without a doubt not the sharpest tool in the shed, I’m leaning more toward Hank Johnson, of Guam fame, as the current title-holder.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNZczIgVXjg if you are not familiar with it. Painful to watch, but stick with it.

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