Wednesday, June 4, 2014

"I know you are, but what am I?"


Apparently the world's smartest president with the world's smartest administration is taking its cues on intelligent rebuttal from Pee Wee Herman. When anyone steps forward and offers information that is uncomplimentary or contradictory to the Obama White House story line on any "hot button" issue, the response is the equivalent of, "I know you are, but what am I?"

When people began complaining about the horrors of Obamacare: dropped policies, exorbitant new prices, inadequate coverage, no doctors...and that Obama had lied to them about keeping their doctors and their coverage...Harry Reid insisted they were the liars. Every. single. one. of. them.

Now we hear from the men who served with Bergdahl that he deserted and may have provided aid to the enemy, yet Susan "YouTube" Rice is insisting that he served with honor and you're not going to believe this...but...they are all liars, too.

It would seem all our fellow countrymen are flagrant and unrepentant liars who are just hatin' on a black man in the White House. And I, for one, am ashamed of all of you. What other reason could there possibly be for contradicting the administration's story of honor and ethics and promises to never leave one of our own behind? (Ambassador Stevens might beg to differ with that...but he's dead...the liar.)

As for me...I'm taking George Carlin's advice.

H/T: Gateway Pundit


  1. "Honor and distinction", they keep using that phrase. I do not think it means what they think it means.