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… Weak – Kneed Wussies [#ObamaCraps]…

Posted by paulfromwloh on Saturday,April 2nd,2016

.. the ObamaCraps are trying to have it both ways , and it is going to blow up in their face …

.. they are hypercritical of the policy , yet they will not prosecute anyone …

.. [h/t — DailyCaller.com]..
.. [link] to the video clip …

.. if you believe in what you are saying , then go on with it . As a result , you will pay a severe moral and political price for doing grave damage to our nation ‘ s security …

.. that is why they are not prosecuting anyone …

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… Temper , Temper , JayBoy [Carney] …

Posted by paulfromwloh on Wednesday,March 19th,2014

.. Jay Carney got caught on a political tac while at the Press Briefing the other day …

.. and , because of it , Ed Henry busted his balls for it , and for good reason …

.. [h/t — RealClearPolitics]..
.. [link] to the Press Briefing segment …

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… Liar , Liar , Pants on Fire [Carney on the Budget Sequester]

Posted by paulfromwloh on Sunday,September 22nd,2013

.. guess what , Jay ?

.. you got caught .

.. when Ed Henry of FoxNews caught you lying through your teeth , more than once , you tried to hem , haw , yammer , and spin your way out of it . But , Ed would not let you do that . He nailed your sorry butt to the wall , and the rest of the White House Press Corpse was enjoying itself , watching you suffer …

[link]

In Epic Briefing Rumble, Jay Carney Challenges Fox News’ Ed Henry to a Crossfire

If things keep going this way, they’ll have to start calling it the White House Beefing Room. At Thursday’s daily briefing, a combative Fox News Chief White House Correspondent Ed Henry met an equally combative White House Press Secretary Jay Carney in rhetorical combat over the economy, and the ongoing Republican effort to leverage the debt ceiling.
Things escalated quickly to Carney challenging Henry to an eventual Crossfire debate. This is the second time he has made such a reference to Henry this month, but the first one was a good deal more friendly.

Henry began by asking Carney about the Fed’s decision to continue its efforts to stimulate the economy, and what that says about the economy. “Is that not an indictment of the President’s policies, since he’s had five years now?” Henry asked.

LEC here again — on Crossfire , not likely , you idiot . Ed Henry works for Fox News Channel , or haven ‘ t you noticed , you stupid fool ?!?! Crossfire is a CNN show , and I doubt he would appear on it unless CNN said “ please , pretty please , with sugar on top , please …. ”

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… Stupid [Another Jay Carney Classic screw – up] …

Posted by paulfromwloh on Tuesday,September 17th,2013

.. all White House Press Secretaries have made blunders . Hopefully , they do not make big ones . There are times that those big ones may well get someone fired , or worse , someone else killed . The pressure on those who do this job is unique , and quite intense . So , a screw – up once in a while is understandible …

.. However , Jay Carney is a first – class royal screwup . A screw – up ‘ s screwup . Considering his distinguised (at least fairly) as a

Logo of the United States White House, especia...

Logo of the United States White House, especially in conjunction with offices like the Chief of Staff and Press Secretary. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

newswriter and investigative journalist , principally at Time Magazine , you figured he would have been much better prepared . Especially , considering who he is married to (ABC and former CNN corresponder Claire Shipman) .

.. Boy , was today a bad day for JayBoy . You have to see this to believe it , but I will throw in the text in advance , so that you all will know what is coming …

[link] [h/t– RealClearPolitics]
ED HENRY: You mentioned at the top about the shooting and the president offered his thoughts and prayers and he pushed back his statement to allow the D.C. mayor and the police chief to talk about what they said was an active manhunt. There may be other shooters, they weren’t sure. They didn’t have all the facts, etc.

Why then did the president go ahead with what became a series of attacks on Republicans about the health care law, about, you know, the debt-ceiling fight, etc? Tonally, did it not seem a little bit off in the middle of this manhunt, people being informed about lives lost to move forward with an attack on the other side?

JAY CARNEY: Well, Ed, I think he addressed at the top of his speech about the five-year anniversary [of the 2008 financial crisis] and the need to make sure that we as a nation do not make mistakes, we as Washington do not make mistakes and, you know, reverse the progress that we have achieved. And I think that’s an important thing for the president to talk about. It’s an important thing for Congress to talk about and act on. And it’s entirely appropriate, today, for the president to talk about that.

We face, as the president noted, some looming deadlines. Congress needs to act. It has some very clear top-line responsibilities. Fund the government, pass bills that pay for the activities of the United States government. They insisted on a process whereby budgets were passed in the Senate and the House and now Republicans have blocked the process of reconciliation. They insisted on a process where the president would put forward his proposals that included compromise on things like entitlements. The president has done that. We’ve yet to see a counter-offer many, many, many months later.

So, time is short. We need to address these challenges. It is also true that we have an unfolding situation here in Washington with regards to the violent action and shootings and it’s entirely appropriate for the president to address that at the top of his remarks.

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