Shockingly, Jay Carney Makes an Excellent Point

Posted on August 23, 2012 2:00 pm

At a White House press briefing, Jay Carney said, “Maybe I am naive to think a one-line joke about a dog would be the focus of reporters”

Yeah, guys, back off. It’s not like Obama gave out a whole recipe.

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12 Responses to “Shockingly, Jay Carney Makes an Excellent Point”

  1. Brian The Adequate says:

    Don’t worry, I am relatively certain it won’t happen again.

  2. Writer says:

    Now we learn the real reason there was no dog in the Obama household until he became pResident. Come to think of it, none in his neighnorhood either…

  3. Iowa Jim says:

    Actually, it would be naive to think that the average reporter wouldn’t be obsessed with something like that. Or something shiny. Or a squirrel. It doesn’t take much to occupy what passes for the mind of the average reporter.

  4. Jimmy says:

    Maybe we’re naive to wonder why anyone – including Jay Carney – would want to work for The Sc├╝mbag.

  5. Manolo says:

    It’ll be nice once Mr. Obama’s gone to see professionalism returned to the White House Press Secretary positon instead of it being the landing zone for Louis C.K. wannabes.

  6. Son of Bob says:

    Please allow me to translate from “idiot” into “rational”: “How dare you ask me about something my boss stated in at least three different speeches, so far.”

  7. Basil says:

    Who knew that the topic would dog him this long?

  8. Writer says:

    With a few more comments, this chain will be going to the dogs.

  9. Jimmy says:

    Dog gone!

  10. Jimmy says:

    See, Obama says that sometimes after meals.

  11. Zach says:

    Jay had me at “maybe I’m naive”

  12. 4of7 says:

    That dog won’t hunt.

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