Quote of the day—Jay Carney

There’s not a single measure in this package of proposals the president has put forward that in anyway violates the Constitution. In fact, they reflect the president’s commitment to our Second Amendment rights.

Jay Carney
White House Press Secretary
March 26, 2013
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[Why yes! They do, in fact, reflect the president’s commitment to our Second Amendment rights. Never mind that the sign on the level of commitment is negative.

This really gets my blood pumping. They must think we all have crap for brains.

If there was ever a more blatant example of doublespeak I am not aware of it. While arbeit macht frei was far more sinister it was not nearly so transparent to observers on their first viewing.

This example is like the kid with his or her face and hands covered in cake frosting insisting they didn’t eat the cake. I wish Carney and those he is attempting to cover for could be spanked and sent to their room (prison cell) for the next 10 years.—Joe]


12 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Jay Carney

  1. That is, in fact, a remarkably brazen load of bullshit. I’m reluctantly impressed.

    Like, much in the sense that you would be if you woke up and walked out into the living room in the morning to discover that your 3 year old had managed a perfect recreation of the Mona Lisa… in her own feces, on the living room carpet.

  2. Need to start calling this guy “White house Jay” in honor of his mentor “Baghdad Bob”.

  3. Perlhaqr, why did you SAY that? As Charles M. Russell said, “an artist is the only thing you can say you is that nobody can say you ain’t”, Bill Watterson, in his “Calvin and Hobbes comic strip once said that “making a statement is not the same thing as having something to say.” Now that that meme is out and about, I give the art world two years to produce an artist with an exhibition of just such an image in just that media, but not of the Mona Lisa, but of Christ. After all, it’s a natural outcome (sorry!) of all those velvet Elvises (Elvi?).

    • Yeah, but it won’t be impressive unless it’s a three year old who did it. 😉

  4. They’re trying to irritate us as a means of controlling us, and it’s working. How many people understand the concept– when someone irritates you, they own you? Every elementary schoolyard bully understands this, and the Obama/Alinskyite/Soviet psy-ops warfare experts know it much better.

  5. It’s Brazen alright, but not quite to the level when they call us paranoid for thinking that the “UN Office of Disarmament” has something to do with disarmament.

    What particularly strikes me about this line is that never in the history of politics has an executive or member of the legislator come out and said, “Yes, we intend to violate the Constitution”. Of course they are going to say that!

  6. They’re doing their best to irritate us, and it’s working. How many understand the simple concept– he who irritates you owns you? Elementary schoolyard bullies understand it, and the Obamaton/Alinskyite/Soviet psy-ops warfare experts understand it very well.

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  8. Spanking followed by 10 years in prison?

    I’ve got a better idea … Why don’t we just hang (or shoot … Your preference) the bastards and save the cost of keeping them in prison?

  9. Instead of White House Jay how about Blue Jay. He can be most irritating. Just like the birds are.

  10. On Jan 16 Obama repeated the false meme about 40% of guns being sold without background checks. On Jan 25 none other than the Washington Post debunked his statement.

    Yesterday, Mar 28, he said this, “None of these ideas should be controversial. Why wouldn’t we want to make it more difficult for a dangerous person to get his or her hand on a gun? Why wouldn’t we want to close the loophole that allows as many as 40 percent of all gun purchases to take place without a background check? Why wouldn’t we do that?”

    How many times did you have to read that to see that he didn’t actually lie? It’s just heinous manipulative doublespeak.

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