Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Implausible Deniability

Dana Milbank in the Washington Post (dated October 28, 2013):
For a smart man, President Obama professes to know very little about a great number of things going on in his administration.


It stretches credulity to think that the United States was spying on world leaders without the president’s knowledge, or that he was blissfully unaware of huge technical problems that threatened to undermine his main legislative achievement. But on issues including the IRS targeting flap and the Justice Department’s use of subpoenas against reporters, White House officials have frequently given a variation on this theme.

Question: What did Obama know and when did he know it?

Answer: Not much, and about a minute ago....
Is it my imagination, or is the Obama administration becoming more and more like the plausible-deniability Nixon administration?

After Nixon left office in 1974, the GOP lost the next election.  As we all knew would happen.


Pastorius said...

It is amazing that this article comes from Dana Milbank who has been doing nothing but slathering Obama's schlong for six years now.

Anonymous said...

:s Having never seen a picture I've been thinking Dana Milibank's a woman all this time...

Anyway...the difference between liberals and conservatives is that conservatives know right from wrong and wouldn't vote for frauds like Nixon or his party...whereas liberals don't even have a soul.

I expect that the support for the Dem party is not going to reduce in 2014 or in 2016. The question is whether the conservatives will actually go out and vote or not.