Political Gibberish

From the only reliable source of news on the net, the Onion.  Actually it would be refreshing to have a White House press spokesman who was intentionally speaking gibberish.

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5 Responses to Political Gibberish

  1. Al says:

    You mean it’s not intentional??????

  2. sandysays1 says:

    What, is anyone surprised? I guess you need to register a complaint with President Soros. Oh, that guy who has the title is a well schooled quasi “Hollywood” actor. With great delivery and a situation that his race could be used as a smoke screen for the left’s agenda, he’s hardly in his office, given his busy TV, basketball, and golfing schedule.

  3. Trust me, politicians, like lawyers, quite deliberately speak gibberish.

    I’ll never forget the first time I typed a legal document, and brought to my boss’ attention an extremely vague section. His response: Of course it’s vague, that way, if we have to go to court, we can argue it means anything we need it to mean.

  4. Gabriel Austin says:

    “Political gibberish” is an oxymoron.

    Beware of the politician who seems to make sense.

  5. Tito Edwards says:

    The current press secretary has nothing on Baghdad Bob!

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