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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Gibbs Explains Difference Between Economic Fundamentals Being "Strong" and "Sound" - Video 3/16/09

Here is video of White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs trying to explain the difference between "sound" and "strong."

He did this in answer to a question about why President Obama and his people saying "the fundamentals of the economy are sound" is different from Sen. John McCain saying during the campaign last year that the "fundamentals of the economy are strong." Obama ridiculed McCain for making that statement when the economy was actually much "stronger," "sounder," than it is today!

Gibbs tortured explanation left the reporter who asked the question visibly incredulous, with the look on his face absoulutely priceless as he asked Gibbs, "So you are saying the fundamentals are now not strong, they are sound?"

What is striking is that McCain in his statement last fall identified the strength of the economy as being the American Worker, the same thing Obama said on Friday:

McCain - Fall Campaign 2008

Obama - March 13, 2009

Obama Adviser Christina Romer Tries to Clarify Remarks on Meet the Press, March 15, 2009

Obama and Romer make fools of themselves. No they are saying "Of course the fundamentals are sound," when they ridiculed McCain for saying that when the economy was in better shape than it is today. Even the fawning media are shocked by the bald-faced hypocrisy of these statements.


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