Stirred, not shaken

October 18th, 2009

AND VERY, VERY DRY

His word is his Bond:

GEORGE WILL: This is a government that right now is borrowing 43 cents of every dollar it spends. We’re going to pay for this the way we pay for everything. We’re going to borrow the money from the Chinese.

STEPHANOPOULOS: The president says we’re not.

WILL: Sentences that begin “The president says” are not as impressive as they used to be.

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  1. J.S.Bridges
    October 19th, 2009 at 00:45 | #1
    Sentences that begin that way haven't been truthful - let alone impressive - since about mid-day on January 20th this year.

    And to think I used to refer to Slick Willie Clintoon as The Great Prevaricator...

  2. Dave
    October 19th, 2009 at 11:08 | #2
    It just absolutely astounds me how this president and his antics seem to bring out the little kid in every one of his disciples. I could just hear Stephanoploulos' retort- "Oh, yeah? Well, my big brother can beat up your big brother!" It is going to be the funnest end of a civilization EVAH!!
  3. October 19th, 2009 at 11:24 | #3
    For the record, here's the full quote:

    STEPHANOPOULOS: The president says we're not. He says if it increases the deficit, he's not going to sign it.

    Snuffy even asked the Oracle of Hyde Park a coupla real questions last week. It was almost as if the Media remembered their function.

    I said "almost".

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