July 7th, 2009 at 08:37pm
I’ve had two days to digest this one now, and I still don’t get it. Senator Mark Arbib, I submit to your superior intellect and ask you to kindly explain the difference to me.
There have been, like there’s a story today on the front page of the “Sunday Telegraph” and there’s been a number of them and almost all of these stories that we’ve gone away and checked out have been either inaccurate or not correct.
Yes, the stories are either inaccurate or not correct.
Meanwhile Mark also put on his psychologist hat during the interview, and came up with this pearler:
We’re going to create on the ground and the productivity gains that the country’s going to get.
I mean this is, to sort of question our intentions, [is] just – crazy
Mark, I have a job for you. There’s this bloke over in the US who talks to the media every day…sends them to sleep, uses the word “um” as every third word, and rarely has the faintest clue what’s going on. His name is Robert Gibbs, and he is the White House Press Secretary. I’d like you to take over his job. You make just as much sense, and with an attitude of “questioning our intentions is crazy”, you’d fit right in to the Obama White House.