In His Defense, Everything Is Relative in Politics

Posted on February 20, 2013 8:00 am

Jay Carney said that President Obama’s interview with comedian Jon Stewart on the Daily Show was “more substantive” than other interviews.

Kinda like comparing Jell-O and water, isn’t it?

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5 Responses to “In His Defense, Everything Is Relative in Politics”

  1. Oppo says:

    Jefferson: Monticello.
    Obama: Mound of Jell-O.

    (or, if it is the press that is Jell-O, then “Mounted Jell-O.”)

  2. Marc says:

    So is he saying that the comedian asks more relevant questions that the “legitimate” media?

  3. Bunkerhillbilly says:

    Obama’s interview with comedian Jon Stewart on the Daily Show was more substantive than other interviews.

    Er…at last check of basic maths…zero times zero is still zero. One-thousand times zero? A more substantive zero.

    Ooooooh!

  4. Ernie G says:

    Kind of like the tallest Munchkin.

  5. CTCompromise says:

    And they are PROUD of that !!???

    What’s next, Obama will host SNL as his most substantive address to the American public….and then visit Hoda & Kathie Lee for his toughest press conference ??!!

    I cannot believe that he manages to surprise me STILL with how clueless he and every person he has surounded himself with, really are!!!

    In the words of the great Bugs Bunny: “What a maroon”

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