Your Hilarious Paragraph of the Day

…courtesy of The Courageous President of Personal Pronouns Department.

…In the end, people close to the president say, it wasn’t a close call: The core of their argument against Mitt Romney is that he is an untrustworthy politician with no real core of conviction. Obama’s advisers — who are acutely conscious of the media’s criticism despite their professed contempt for the news cycle — simply couldn’t afford to have the president appear like a coward on the front and editorial pages of The New York Times and The Washington Post, according to senior Democrats.

H/T James Taranto

5 Responses to “Your Hilarious Paragraph of the Day”

  1. JeffS says:

    The second most hilarious:

    For President Barack Obama and his team, the decision to back gay marriage came down to a choice between two unpalatable alternatives: Support it and brave the backlash in battleground states where the issue could be a liability — or keep silent and be accused by allies of gutlessness and putting politics over principle.

    That right there is a lose-lose for President Zilch.

    And I’m undecided if this was just another gaffe from Hairplugs, or a calculated move to screw his boss in retaliation. There’s not much gain for Sheriff Joe on this one, save the opportunity to laugh with glee, and try to run for Prez in 2016.

  2. Gary from Jersey says:

    Anyone who has to be told not to look like a coward is one. Spine is something you have or don’t unless you make an effort to grow one. QED Mo Fo O.

  3. Dave E. says:

    “Another gaffe” is the simpler explanation, Jeff, and let’s face it, when it comes to simple Joe Biden takes the cake.

  4. JeffS says:

    Yeah, Dave, Occam’s Razor applies here. Sheriff Joe is pretty dull.

  5. JeffS says:

    OK, Gay Patriot nails Obama on this one:

    He’s like the guy who tells his beloved how much he loves her, tells her wants to get married, but refuses to buy a ring or set a date.

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