The White House Dance Secretary

Using an innovative new internet technology, I have created a unique 2-camera view of Jay Carney handling the questions from ABC correspondent Jonathan Karl at a White House press conference last week.  The questions pertained to the “stylistic changes” made to the Benghazi talking points by the Obama administration last September.

Click “play” on both videos simultaneously.

When the lower video finishes, click here to see what the actual dancer looks like, while you listen to the rest of the upper video.


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Jeff believes in the Individual's ability to excel when liberty and freedom of choice are protected. Also believes in the Community's ability to take care of the vast majority of its own issues and needs when the federal government leaves the Community's resources and sphere of control alone. State and local choice produce better results than centralized federal control.
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11 Responses to The White House Dance Secretary

  1. Danny Wright says:

    Does it matter what he says as long as he:
    a. looks smart saying it?
    b. makes counter accusations that this is just Republican politics?
    c. ensure investigations are ongoing?
    c. talks over everyone’s head by discussing complex organized interrelated and organized inter-agency protocol, with diverse and distinct nonpartisan you got that didn’t you, that non partisan thing!… anyway, experienced people who are taking care of the business of finding out what went wrong and just who the individuals were who carried this out, as well as the various agencies who are very concerned about understanding the integral detail blah blah blah….?


    • Hi Danny.

      Great comment. Regarding “c. ensure investigations are ongoing”

      Yes, for as long as possible, they use “ongoing investigation” as an excuse why they can’t disclose anything of substance. But then as soon as they think that excuse won’t work any more, the next day they suddenly say “Benghazi happened a long time ago.”

      So, of course, “What difference, at this point, does it make?”

      – Jeff


  2. Jane says:

    This reminds me so much of my children when they get “caught.” They want to continue to talk, denying they’re wrong, and even convincing themselves of their innocence. It’s so obvious and ridiculous! Of course, in my household, there’s a thing called consequences. They really ought to try that on politicians. It works wonders.


  3. bullright says:

    That’s good, perfect match.


  4. writerchick says:

    I think you give Carney too much credit. He’s not that good a dancer. Thanks for the laugh.


    • Hi Annie. Welcome. I like your website. You and I grok some of the same things, I’ll bet.

      To your comment:
      Funny how the liberal media thought Carney was a great dancer, and didn’t ever really grill him, until the scandal surfaced about Eric Holder’s DOJ digging into the Associated Press phone records . Suddenly, the dominant liberal media pundits actually care about the government violating our Constitutional Rights. I wonder how long it will last, and how wide it will spread. I doubt if the liberal media will ever have the guts to go back and noticeably care about abuses of power they previously ignored, like Benghazi. But going forward, it will be interesting if they continue fulfilling their role as government watchdogs while their liberal brethren control most of the government.

      Please visit again, often.
      – Jeff


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