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Quote of the Day || December 4, 2013

“On the front end of the website, everything looks great. On the back end, there are some problems. It’s kind of like Kim Kardashian.”

– Jay Carney

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

14 Responses to Quote of the Day || December 4, 2013

  1. I fear for our children and our grandchildren. America has become very hostile to the working people who paid their taxes and would like nothing more than to not be pilloried because a poorly informed electorate found a non-achiever worthy of the presidency.

      • Low Information Leadership? Maybe it’s because it’s late, but I had a hard time following her. It’s as if she wants to come out and say that he’s NOT as smart as we’ve been told, that he’s not smart period, but is afraid to actually say it.

      • MsNoonan has slipped over to the dark side. We can expect to read about her many, um, faults soon.

        Her opinion is on the same level as DrKrauthammer’s; that MrO thinks his words will magically change everything. Her reference to winning the Peace Prize for his words is something we don’t usually see; a noted pundit claims he’s a fraud and undeserving of the award.

      • Morning Grace. Long winded PN, but still good. I think she nailed it in the intro. Oboutme has a branding problem. Readers here have known that for sometime; i.e., emperor has no clothes. As with many branding problems, once the mismatched product is revealed, dispite rebranding efforts the market does not buy. However, this is a product people just can’t live without.

        “The president’s problem right now is that people think he’s smart. They think he’s in command, aware of pitfalls and complexities. That’s his reputation: He’s risen far on his brains. They think he is sophisticated.

        That is his problem in the health insurance debacle.”

  2. That’s Funny Keith!

    I loved what Kimmel said about Obama making another speech about Obamacare. This means that Obama has made more speeches than the actual amount people covered by Obamacare!

  3. The “back end” is where Obamacare came FROM. It’s generally not easy to put things BACK IN there; but, given Obama’s support of the “differently coital” (viz. gay marriage) and his own apparent personal proclivities, perhaps he has more knowledge than a humble voter in flyover country about how large of things can be, eh, shoved IN the “back end”?

    Better be a pretty large portal. In Obamacare, its namesake indeed has a tool huge enough to diddle the entire country at once…