Press Secretary Jay Carney & Barack Obama

Barack Hussein Obama II (born August 4, 1961) is the 44th and current President of the United States. 5.0/5

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THIS IS ONE I PREVIOUSLY POSTED . BUT IT SEEMS THINGS HAVE NOT CHANGED MUCH. Subject: Obama and the Democrats as always Trolling for the Knucklehead Vote Pundits have ridiculed the string of fluff television, radio, and magazine appearances that Barack Obama has been making the last few months. They are wrong. He has a strategy and is executing it well. He is seeking and winning the votes of those Michelle Obama calls knuckleheads. Inside-the-Beltway journalists have decried Barack Obama's refusal to hold many press conferences. His canned speeches and reliance on the teleprompter have provided them with precious few chances to score points among their colleagues for gotcha questions. Ah...just kidding. Most journalists would rather attack Mitt Romney like a pack of hyenas than ask the president any questions that may discomfort him. Instead, Barack Obama sends out his hapless Press Secretary Jay Carney to field questions -- or people like Susan Rice to evade truthful answers regarding the murders of Am . ...
Senator Barack Obama: "The biggest problems that we're facing right now have to do with George Bush trying to bring more and more power into the executive branch and not go through Congress at all. And that's what I intend to reverse when I'm president of the United States of America." President Barack Obama: "When American jobs and livelihoods [ed: or invading Libya] depend on getting something done, I will not wait for Congress." White House Press Secretary Jay Carney: "I think what we saw last year in 2013 was a Washington that did not deliver for the American people," Carney said. "The president sees this as the year of action, to work with Congress where he can, and to bypass Congress where necessary." h/t to Adam Bates
As he certainly could have anticipated, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney was faced with questions at Wednesday's press briefing regarding various statements President Barack Obama made to David Remnick in this week's New Yorker profile. One of those questions concerned...
LYING AGAIN AND AGAIN AND AGAIN: This White House has very little credibility when it comes to telling the truth and are losing what little they have almost daily. POLITICO DESTROYS White House CLAIM OF SECRET OBAMA-SEBELIUS MEETINGS Late Friday afternoon, Politico Magazine published an update dismantling White House claims that President Barack Obama and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius held “dozens” of unrecorded one-on-one working meetings over the last three-and-a-half years leading up to Obamacare's unveiling. The update, written by Government Accountability Institute (GAI) President and Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer, refuted Friday comments by White House Press Secretary Jay Carney. In a telling exchange between Carney and NBC News reporter Peter Alexander and ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl, Carney claimed the GAI report showing one meeting between Obama and Sebelius since Obamacare’s signing was incorrect because it was based on spotty White House ...
Fox News reporter Ed Henry, known for having some tense exchanges with White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, wants his fellow reporters to "stand up and ask tough questions" of the Obama administration. In an interview with Laura Ingraham on Friday, Henry revealed he was "cheered on" by...
Courtesy, The Patriot Post: News From the Swamp: Sequester Politics The White House missed its legally mandated deadline this week to submit a budget proposal to Congress. Shocking, we know. According to the law, the executive branch must propose a budget the first Monday in February, but for the fourth time in five years, Barack Obama failed to do so. There's no clear indication just when the Obama administration might fulfill its duty, assuming it's even on their to-do list, but there is a litany of excuses as to why they're late. The president's number-crunchers claimed that the task is too daunting. Crafting a $4 trillion budget can't be easy, but the deadline for submission is well known, writing the budget is an annual process and the administration has months to do it. Yet his team acts like they were caught unaware by the volume of work to be done and the time frame in which to do it. Press Secretary Jay Carney spun the White House's negligence by blaming Republicans for submitting "a highly parti ...
"White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Monday that he had no updates on when President Barack Obama will release his budget for the next fiscal year. . . . Republicans have blasted Obama for missing the deadline - his third consecutive miss and the most of any president since the [Budget and Accounting Act of 1921] was passed, according to data from the House Budget Committee. Wasn't it Barack Obama who lectured Congress to "do their homework" If his two daughters can do their homework with plenty of time to spare, the president then asked, why can't Congress get their work done, too? "You know, Malia and Sasha generally finish their homework a day ahead of time. Malia is 13 and Sasha is 10. It is impressive. They don't wait until the night before. They're not pulling all-nighters," he said to laughter from the assembled press corps. "They're 13 and 10. You know, Congress can do the same thing. If you know you've got to do something, just do it." He also lectured Congress in 2011 to "eat their peas" ...
I'm mesmerized by the upcoming betrayal being discussed on progressive blogs. This is HISTORY in the making here. Yves Smith and her crew have been carrying the torch for sanity over many years. Here's a snip that captures the latest analysis - During an early-December White House “Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney, 12/06/2012,” the President’s Press Secretary was asked “whether the President would invoke executive power and the 14th Amendment,” and Mr. Carney responded: “This administration does not believe that the 14th Amendment gives the President the power to ignore the debt ceiling – period.” In other words: Barack Obama was now officially on record as removing that weapon from the available arsenal in his negotiations with Congressional Republicans about the debt limit. They could now quote him as agreeing with them, that the change in Congressional custom that had taken place on this matter in 1995 was simply Congress’s assumption of a power that Congresses had alwa .. ...
For the record, there was nothing remotely racist in my use of the phrase "shuck and jive" – a phrase which many people have used, including Chris Matthews, Andrew Cuomo, and White House Press Secretary Jay Carney to name a few off the top of my head. In fact, Andrew Cuomo also used the phrase in reference to Barack Obama, and the fact that Mr. Cuomo and I used the phrase in relation to President Obama signifies nothing out of the ordinary. I would have used the exact same expression if I had been writing about President Carter, whose foreign policy rivaled Obama’s in its ineptitude, or about the Nixon administration, which was also famously rocked by a cover-up. I’ve been known to use the phrase most often when chastising my daughter Piper to stop procrastinating and do her homework. As she is part Yup’ik Eskimo, I’m not sure if this term would be deemed offensive when it’s directed at her or if it would be considered benign as in the case of Chris Matthews’ use of it in reference to Rachel ...
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