Saturday, February 13, 2010

Press Secretary Robert Gibbs lowers the bar further to mock Sarah Palin

Originally posted at The Desk of Brian,

After Sarah Palin stumbled over her own by writing shallow talking points on her hand to survive a post Tea Party Q&A, our Press Secretary decided to lower the standards even further.

Instead of leaving the jokes to Jon Stewart and Jimmy Kimmel, Gibbs mocked Palin with a grocery list on his hand.

"Eggs, milk and bread," Gibbs read from the black ink stains on his palm, claiming he was going to “make pancakes” for his son Ethan.

"But I crossed out bread,” he added, pointing to the line that showed the word bread with a line through it.

 "Then I wrote down hope and change just in case I forgot them,” quipped Gibbs.

 The details (chronicled by Chattahbox) illustrates the divisive, juvenile behavior that politicians and their administration feel are appropriate.

So this is high brow politics of the Obama administration.

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