Rut-roh! Is he throwing President Obama under the bus?

David Axelrod was questioned about President Obama’s inane and insane statement that the private sector is “doing fine.” As Twitchy reported, that remark sparked a well-deserved firestorm.

Oh, dear. He’s not the only one: Obama was forced to frantically try to backpedal on Friday. Clearly, it did not work.

David Axelrod continued to stonewall, while frantically trying to spin. Simple questions are hard!

Bless his heart. Isn’t he just precious?

Oh dear. The cuckoo pants is strong in this one. The thing is, that is why President Obama’s “private sector is doing fine” blunder wasn’t really a blunder. It is what the Left believes. They want a weaker private sector and a far more powerful public sector. The State and their union thug buddies should rule all, in their minds. The private sector is icky what with all that free market stuff and all.

Twitter users are not fans of Mr. Axelrod.

Snap! Remember this in November. Hey, what’s a little worsening economy and horrific jobs reports? We need more wasteful spending on government stuff! See, not only do the Obama administration and his surrogates believe that the private sector is doing fine, they believe the government and union thugs need more power.

Update: Video of Axelrod’s squirming.


Update: D’oh, Axelrod!

  • david christoph

    the Obama administration’s obsession with the “public sector” (a euphemism for government that hides the tyranny of government taxing-spending-redistribution-restriction-and control) will inevitably lead to their defeat. they cannot maintain the consent of the governed by only serving the interests of the privileged political class.

  • gunsmithkat

    They’ve got the whole “government of the people, by the people, for the people” turned upside down. Now it’s “government for the government workers paid for by the people”.

  • Joe Hilger

    In a blatant attempt of pandering to Organize Labor’s Public Sector employees, President Obama appeared to have lost his conscience train of thought. Instead, with no teleprompter in sight, Mr. President attempted to speak extemporaneously, thus exposing a much more truthful sub-conscience stream of consciousness.