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Live Stream || White House Briefing – October 28, 2013

The briefing has concluded.

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9 Responses to Live Stream || White House Briefing – October 28, 2013

  1. Carney:
    “The President didn’t know about the NSA spying on Foreign Leaders”
    “The President didn’t know about the issues of Healthcare.gov before the public did”
    “The President didn’t know about Iran being only a month or so away from a Nuclear bomb-possibility”
    “The President didn’t know about the IRS going after Tea Partiers”
    “The President didn’t know about Benghanzi cables about security and the situation in Libya in general.”

    Assuming we should believe Carney…Aren’t these men embarrassed that the President’s people keep everything from him and that he’s completely kept out of the loop, and his people want him out of the loop?”

    • He insisted on being in the loop when OBL was taken down. Surely he would have claimed to not have been in the loop if the mission had failed.

    • Yet he knew stuff he didn’t really know about the Cambridge police.

      Yet he knew all that needed to be known about Trayvon.

      Yet he knew about Romney’s “offshore accounts” and “overseas investments”.

      Yet he knew when Jay Z and Beyonce would be coming for a visit.

      Yet he knew when the WW2 Veterans would be in town to view their memorial.

      etc…..etc….etc…….

  2. Wouldn’t you think that one day he would walk in and the truth would erupt from his mouth like lava? It must be an incredible burden to always repeat the same mantra about every subject and have to pretend to believe it.

  3. Carney: “We are protecting on our allies by spying on our allies”.
    Carney: “The President was in the dark about spying on our allies, even though we are not spying on our allies.”

  4. The Carnival Barker continues to insult the intelligence of all Americans with an IQ over 50.

    When Ed Henry asked him to comment on the president’s promise that “if you like your insurance plan, you can keep it”, he essentially said that those that are losing their plans should thank Obamacare for getting them thrown out of bad plans and having the opportunity to replace them with better, more expensive plans.

    Remember, in Obama’s world, the government knows best what’s good for you.