I’d Agree If It Were the Latter

Posted on December 2, 2013 4:00 pm

Jay Carney said the White House is “as sorry as we can be” that a Washington state woman held up as an Obamacare success story discovered she can’t afford her insurance.

So… was “sorry” supposed to be an apology or a description?

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4 Responses to “I’d Agree If It Were the Latter”

  1. Jimmy says:

    And exactly how sorry can the White House be?

    “Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa.”

  2. DamnCat says:

    @Jimmy – “And exactly how sorry can the White House be?”

    It’s hard to quantify – but I’ve never seen a sorrier one.

  3. Oppo says:

    Follow-up question from reporter:

    “So, were you being honest about the ‘keep your plan’ pledge?”

    Carney: “As honest as we can be.”

  4. zzyzx says:

    At the time Obama made that statement it was true, later circumstances changed that truth to a different truth. Tomorrow the truth of today my be an entirely different truth, that doesn’t mean today’s truth is less true than tomorrows truth will be. Honesty is all relative…any good press secretary knows that. ~ Jay Carney, speaking from behind the podium of truth, Washington DC.

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