Obama On Williams

Obama on Bryan Williams
Obama: Brian Williams Should Leave NBC

Just kidding! Obama would never say such a thing about Brian Williams. Oh, not because the boy has any problems with the hypocrisy required to complain the lies of anyone else. It’s that Obama wouldn’t turn on one of his biggest supporters and sycophants.

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Obama’s From Kenya

Obama’s From Kenya 😆

NBC White House Corespondent Chris Jansing just said that Obama’s from Kenya and that this effects the expectations of his role in Africa. Quite the hilarious Freudian slip on her part and one that was quickly “corrected.”

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On Script, Off Point

It seems that not even NBC, one of Obama’s most loyal shills, can get a straight answer out of the boy to even softball questions about entitlement reform as the talking heads of Meet The Press found out.

Obama – On Script, Off Point As Usual

As always when confronted with any questions that even vaguely resemble being substantive, Obama stayed true the script his masters and handlers provided for him to jabber from, which meant staying firmly off point whenever an actual answer to the question who be more definite and, hence, more open to accountability, than the “Present” for which the boy is so well known.

In many ways it’s amazing that anyone even bothers to ask Obama questions at all. It’s not as if the boy’s built up a track record of answering them. It’d make for sense for the few real journalists left in America to simply ignore him and for the MSM to just go forward as they started by giving him feeder lines for his next oratory tap dance performance.

 

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