He’s not a dick, he’s a pussy


Toilet Paper Media:

White House spokesman Jay Carney may have played a direct role in MSNBC’s decision to sack — er, suspend indefinitely — Time magazine’s Mark Halperin for calling President Obama a “dick” on Morning Joe.

Carney said he personally told MSNBC that he didn’t appreciate Time magazine’s Mark Halperin’s obscene name-calling.

“The coment that was made was inappropriate,” Carney told reporters at a briefing Thursday. “It would be inappropriate to say that about any president from either party. On behalf of the White House, I expressed that sentiment to the network.”

You can bet Carney was acting on direct orders from his boss. Narcissists can’t handle criticism but mockery is even worse.

Remember when Jon Stewart had to reassure his audience that “You’re allowed to laugh at him?” It was like he went to mass and made fun of the Pope.

On the other hand Obama has no problem insulting other people. As my grandma would say, “He can dish it out but he can’t take it.”



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55 Responses to He’s not a dick, he’s a pussy

  1. WMCB says:

    The irony here is that if he just let it go, the snickers would eventually die down. By siccing his press secretary on it, he just made himself look like an even bigger thin-skinned petulant dick.

  2. myiq2xu says:

    Oh man, I just laughed so hard I almost Bushed in my pants.

    I was watching Two and a Half Men and Charlie hired a hooker. She asked him what he wanted and said “You can have anything you want. You paid for the full girlfriend experience.”

    He said “Then come sit next to me on the bed and look annoyed while I watch Sportscenter.”

  3. PJ says:

    I don’t think he’s a dick. I think he’s a weenie.

  4. Karma says:

    Thaddeus McCotter is stepping into the race. I don’t know much about this guy except he has a quick wit and always seemed like a wonk.

    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0611/58176.html

    • Karma says:

      Even before formally launching his presidential bid, McCotter has not shyed from firing shots at those already in the presidential race. When frontrunner Mitt Romney visited Michigan earlier this month, McCotter declared that “struggling families, entrepreneurs and workers can’t afford policies that make Mr. Romney and Mr. Obama less than rivals, and more like running mates.”

    • WMCB says:

      He’s very unconventional, and can bring the snark. He’s going to be a hoot to watch!

      • Karma says:

        It will be Obama’s worst nightmare…lol….he will be obsessed by the substantive ridicule dished out by McCotter.

    • 1539days says:

      McCotter would be right below Sarah Palin on my candidate list.

  5. WMCB says:

    Uh Oh. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI) just announced his run for president.

    He is a regular on the late night RedEye show, and has a dry deadpan humor that is just killer. He hasn’t a chance, of course. But he is going to KICK ass in debates, and will just be entertaining to watch. Here he is discussing everything from AIG bonuses, to sucking sphincters, to literary onanism. Dude is really funny for a politician. Should be interesting. 😀

    • sandress says:

      I am pants-wettingly enamoured of McCotter. Woot. Like an American Republican Trudeau.

    • Mary says:

      OMG I’d never heard of this guy—-I LOVE this man!

      He does, indeed, understand the bill of attainder concept–same thing happened to the GM bondholders.

      Woo-hoo McCotter!

  6. Three Wickets says:

    Here’s Bill Clinton with part of that Tapper interview. At the end of the clip he says: he’s not surprised by how well Michelle Bachmann has done. He remembers seeing her speak. She comes across as a real person.

    Obots will love that. 🙂

  7. Dario says:

    Halperin says O is a dick. Carville says O has no cojones. I guess he’s a castrato.

  8. DandyTiger says:

    Obama’s such a baby. Goldman Sachs needs to stick a hundred in his mouth to stop him crying.

  9. WMCB says:

    Here’s the serious McCotter – quietly filleting the AIG exec.

    • WMCB says:

      Oh, and since he is from MI, he is a swing state, rust belt homeboy. I am betting my ass that the real reason he is running is to set him up for the VP slot.

    • Mary says:

      Bravo!

      The American public, as he says, knows that it was Dems like Barak Obama, Chris Dodd, and Timmy Giethner who made that bailout/bonus payment (via the failed Stimulus Bill) happen.

      Transparency, my ass.

  10. DandyTiger says:

    For a while now I thought Obama was half nuts. Now I think he’s full nuts.

  11. WMCB says:

    Hmmm….his wife is a first-generation Mexican American as well. Yeah, I’m betting the party is looking at him as possible VP material.

    • ralphb says:

      He’s going to be a good candidate period. For VP, he could really shine! Imagine his debate with Biden 😉

      • Mr. Mike says:

        Palin / Cotter?

        • ralphb says:

          Good as any. At least I could listen to them without going into a rage 😉

        • WMCB says:

          I will be voting against Obama, but have no particular dog in the hunt as to who opposes him – though I’d prefer Palin for several reasons. I am a maniacal political handicapper come primary season, though. Being an Independent and not really emotionally invested anymore actually makes it kind of fun.

  12. yttik says:

    ROFL!

    As I’ve said before, Obama is no pussy. No trying to pass him off on the female gender. No suddenly embracing his feminine side, no assigning him female characteristics. Nope, no way, no how. We’re not going to accept him. Sorry, but he’s all dick. He belongs firmly to dude nation.

    If you want a president with balls, next time people should try voting for a woman. We have brass ovaries that just won’t quit.

  13. WMCB says:

    LMAO! Someone has compiled all the “unexpected” bad economic news headlines from the last year. Jeebus Crispies, but these idiots never learn.

    http://punditpress.blogspot.com/2011/06/unexpectedly-compilation.html

    • ralphb says:

      Jay Floyd posted this over at JohnWSmart’s a week or so ago.

      A day in the life of an average economist:

      8AM: Unexpected breakfast w. startling coffee.

      9:15AM: A bowel movement out of nowhere.

      NOON: Food again! Why is this happening?????

      4PM: Drowsiness that nobody saw coming.

      7PM: More plates with food on them that nobody could have predicted.

      11:30PM: An inconvenient sleep state that no prior events suggested was going to happen.

  14. sandress says:

    McCotter is totally the conservative American Trudeau.

  15. ralphb says:

    Gov Cuomo is smarter than I thought a pleasant surprise.

    The Cuomo administration is seeking to lift what has effectively been a moratorium in New York State on hydraulic fracturing, a controversial technique used to extract natural gas from shale, state environmental regulators said on Thursday.

  16. WMCB says:

    Anyone else speculating when or if Hillary is going to step down? She said she would not serve two terms. I would flat LOVE, if she isn’t going to primary him, for her to resign at the worst possible moment for Obama, and cause a press frenzy when he doesn’t need one. I’d laugh my ass off.

    • Three Wickets says:

      Yes I’m thinking she’s not going to re-up SoS, or SoD, SoT, or VP in any BO admin after next year. If she does take the World Bank head job, she’d be starting next June, traveling and out of the country during the heart of campaign season.

  17. angienc says:

    That’s it, y’all have won me over — Thad McCotter 2012 — and not in the crappy veep slot — I want him on the top of the ticket. He can’t be more of a Republican than Obama & he’s obviously hella smarter & funnier.

    • DandyTiger says:

      Our job is done. 🙂

    • WMCB says:

      Sheesh, all I said was he’s smart and funny and different, and I think it will be cool to watch him run and debate. I didn’t endorse him! 😀

      • myiq2xu says:

        he’s smart and funny and different

        That would sure be a real change from the last ten years

        • WMCB says:

          I doubt he’ll get a lot of traction, but I think he will liven up the debate and the process.

      • angienc says:

        “Smart, funny & different” is enough of an endorsement for me. I’m actually thrilled to learn that there is at least one guy in DC who doesn’t take himself so seriously & has 1/2 a brain.

        • sandress says:

          He’s both socially and fiscally conservative, which is a killer for me. It’s why I still want Palin, since her governance record is comparatively light on the social conservatism. That said, we’re going to have a Republican running no matter what, so it might as well be one with a sense of humour.

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