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Carney Makes Acting Debut

I don’t know what to make of this. I just thought you needed to see it. He certainly throws himself into the role.

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25 Responses to Carney Makes Acting Debut

  1. ok, i’ll be the first to say it…
    He’s always acting, reading his lines, playing his part in THE biggest Fraud perpetrated on the American public.

  2. “cheesy” as per the Urban dictionary:
    cheesy
    This is an important word and nobody has it right yet. What it means is: Trying too hard, unsubtle, and inauthentic.
    Specifically that which is unsubtle or inauthentic in its way of trying to elicit a certain response from a viewer, listener, audience, etc.

    The day of the big cheese is CHEESY.

  3. All the world’s a stage and this script is old.

    “The Crackpots and These Women” – 5th episode from Season 1 of The West Wing
    The rationale for the day, as explained by Leo McGarry is that Andrew Jackson, had a two-ton block of cheese in the White House foyer from which everyone was welcome to eat. This symbolized the openness of the White House to the American people.

    This WH, you can be sure won’t serve Swiss, plenty of holes and you can see right through them!

  4. CHEESE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Free tickets to Hawaii is what I expected. That is only for the same people who got a FREE PHONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Rat, Cheese, Rat Cheese….
    They really needed to picture a different food.
    I have an idea for them. Reestablish your insurance that you work hard for and paid for. Everyone meet at the WH. Don’t forget we will give you back your doctor, that you chose as well. sarc…

  5. To be followed shortly by Big Pile O’ S*** Day.

    I have never seen an administration spend so much time, effort, and money on such meaningless garbage while pretending to care about the middle class, who is kicking furiously to keep our heads above water and not drown in the cesspool created by this bunch.

  6. What the hell? It’s almost impossible to believe that someone thought this was a good idea. It must have been the same “folks” who came up with the “Do You Got Insurance” bromance ads and Pajama Boy. They’re all idiotic, at best.

  7. I don’t know if I would really want to be placed in the same camp as Old Hickory, but that is what Obama and his minions seem to want to do.

    Some facts about Jackson. He was a major slave owner in his day. He forced the relocation of thousands of Indians from their lands. He led an illegal intervention into Florida, capturing the state from the Spanish, and nearly caused a crisis for the US with Spain. While he was seen as a sort of “everyman” by many, he was part of the Tennessee land gentry, owning over a thousand acres of land that was worked by up to 300 slaves.

    Yes, he did have some great ideas regarding government, being a small government advocate (something Obama knows nothing about). He also eliminated the Second Bank of the US, with that action putting lending into the hands of local bankers. However, due to the Coinage Act, something done by executive order, any government lands purchased had to be paid for with gold or silver coin. This caused problems for the local, smaller banks, and led to the Panic of 1837. Jackson has paid off the US debt, but due to the Panic, the country went back into debt, and has never been debt free since.

    Jackson also had a spoils system of political appointments, a system that still exists to this day. He is credited as being the father of the Democratic party, and was the original “jackass,” something that Jackson embarrassed but fell out of use until Nast brought it back. Kind of like Obama and Obamacare – first he like the term, then he didn’t.

    Jackson also favored getting rid of the Electoral College, and limiting the office of POTUS to ONE term, something Obama would never even entertain.

    Jackson and Obama, men of the same stripe? In someways yes. Both looked at certain groups as a danger. Jackson the native American, a group that needed to be cleansed from the American landscape; Obama, conservatives. Both have used the spoils system to repay political hacks for their loyalty and service. Both built a reputation and notoriety based on their pasts, Jackson as being a war hero, and Obama as being, well who the hell really knows.