The Gang That Couldn’t Lie Straight

I mean, geesh, c’mon guys: every school-age kid knows that if you’re going to make shit up you need to be consistent with your stories

White House advisers appearing on the Sunday talk shows gave three different estimates of how many jobs could be credited to President Obama’s Recovery Act.

…Valerie Jarrett had the most conservative count, saying “the Recovery Act saved thousands and thousands of jobs,” while David Axelrod gave the bill the most credit, saying it has “created more than – or saved more than 2 million jobs.” Press Secretary Robert Gibbs came in between them, saying the plan had “saved or created 1.5 million jobs.”

Politico gives the full context of these idjits’ remarks so they can’t claim that they were unfairly quoted or some such nonsense.

It would be exceedingly humorous if these people didn’t have so much power over us.

3 Responses to “The Gang That Couldn’t Lie Straight”

  1. Cullen says:

    My son, when he’s playing with his toys or playing make-believe or whatever, refers to his play as “making movies.” Since he “films” several times a day, I’d say he creates/saves hundreds of jobs a day.

    That, to me, is similar to the Obama administration’s accounting.

  2. gregor says:

    they only wield what power over us we allow them to. after a year, they’ve yet to learn how to tread lightly and the “silent majority” has regained some of it’s voice. will come the tipping point, one way or the other.

  3. DSCC says:

    Mr. Cullenwe is your son available to run for senate in DE? We need a new canadate.

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