Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Whitehouse Propagandist Wins Gobbels Award

Minister of Propagada Gibbs just the other day:
...the $787 billion "American Recovery and Reinvestment Act" (AARA) was not designed for full economic recovery, but rather to "stabilize" the downturn.

His nickname among correspondents is: Gibnotist:

And his contribution to Transparency in Government?




  1. Gibbs is definitely the right man for this job. I have never heard anyone who can talk so much and say nothing at all. Perfect for an administration who wants the appearance of transparency.

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