Giggles Gibbs: White House Meanie

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs answers a reporters question, Thursday, March 12, 2009, during his daily press briefing in the White House Pressroom at the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)The immaturity of this administration is evidenced almost everyday. Between a president who can’t answer questions without having to read someone else’s words (just words) off a prompter, a secretary of state who flunked history, a treasury secretary who was confused by Turbo Tax, and a press secretary who is a giggling punk, we now see why some positions are still vacant: no one wants to have anything to do with them.

The White House’s chief spokesman on Friday said he enjoyed watching “The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart give a lashing to CNBC’s Jim Cramer over how he and the business network have covered the collapsing economy. Cramer’s Thursday appearance on Stewart’s Comedy Central program garnered buzz that carried all the way to the White House briefing room.

Press secretary Robert Gibbs said he had spoken with President Barack Obama on Thursday about watching the Stewart-Cramer showdown. “I forgot to e-mail and remind him that it was on, so I don’t know if he’s seen it,” Gibbs said when asked by a reporter Friday. “I enjoyed it thoroughly.”

It won’t take long for compilation reels to be made of the many significant gaffes made by this less than six-week-old administration, and Giggles Gibbs will have a prominent role. Statements like his above assures that.

3 Responses

  1. ejast

    … PRESS secretary FORGETS to inform his appointing boss baout a media incident …? Where did you Americans find these bums? Dubya’s a GENIUS!!!!

  2. GarlandAngel

    And how do they even have time to watch TV during the work week????
    If the globe is in such doom and gloom status shouldn’t they be working 24/7?

  3. louielouie

    i don’t understand.
    this administration IS a gaffe.
    how can you do a compilation of gaffes?


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