Joke Of The Week

How can I doubt the word of a Plouffe?

Presidential adviser David Plouffe said Obama has long been committed to finding ways for the nation to spend within its means.

Here’s one: spend less than you take in.

17 Responses to “Joke Of The Week”

  1. JeffS says:

    The lies, they do come easily from these characters, don’t they?

  2. skh.pcola says:

    Maybe Ozero has a diminished capacity when it comes to the ability to understand what “means” means? Plouffe is claiming something for which there is no evidence…

  3. tree hugging sister says:

    Right off the bat, you’re unreasonable. No wonder the poor guy has to golf to reduce his stress level.

  4. Dave E. says:

    So now is okay to yell, “You lie”?

  5. JeffS says:

    I’d say so, Dave, given that they’ve been lying all along.

  6. Yojimbo says:

    I expect the president to exhibit the same level of leadership and forthrightness that has been the hallmark of his administration to date. I have no reason to doubt that.

  7. nightfly says:

    Riddle me this, Batman… why is a corporation making profit from sales “exploitation, while a government spending itself into insolvency through taxation “progress”?

  8. Mr. Bingley says:

    Because the Government does it for the children, ‘Fly.


  9. mojo says:

    So – who gets most of the revenue from the sale of a gallon of gasoline? A pack of cigarettes? A bottle of bourbon?…

  10. David Crawford says:

    My gosh, not even a Democrat could believe that. And they’ll believe about anything The One says.

  11. Gunslinger says:

    Just like OJ Simpson was long committed to finding Nicole’s real killers.

  12. Mr. Bingley says:

    Speaking of OJ, Guns, my Bride and I watched “The Naked Gun” on netflix last night. Still one of the funniest movies ever, but it’s just…creepy…seeing OJ sneak up on the pier in the opening scene with a black cap on and gloves.

    Gloves that fit.

  13. Jim - PRS says:

    We’ve always been at war with Eurasia.

  14. mojo says:

    Shouldn’t it really be pronounced like souffle?


  15. Kathy Kinsley says:

    My suggestion: FREEZE the budget at this years levels. No increases.

    Then maybe we can argue about cuts in ACTUAL SPENDING, instead of cuts in the increase of spending.

  16. Kathy Kinsley says:

    Oh yeah, and it has the advantage that if we succeed, we can also argue that not defunding NPR/PP/EPA to allow an COS increase in SS (or whatever) is going to starve the poor seniors/children/or whomever. Win/win.

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