Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Gibbs Says Elections Are Not About Blaming Someone For The Economy. . . Proceeds To Blame Bush

Gibbs is a master of speaking out of both sides of his mouth at the same time.
(RCP) — Robert Gibbs says this election is not about “affixing blame” to the economic crisis after he noted people still blame Bush more than Obama for the troubled economy.

Gibbs also responds to Obama’s “bump in the road” comment that Romney pounced on in a web ad.

“This is not going to be and I’m not setting this up to be an election to blame George Bush, but what I’m suggesting is a series of decisions that got us into the mess is not a series of decisions we ought to make to get us out of it,” Gibbs told CNN’s David Gergen.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The blame should go where it is suppose to go. Nancy Pelosie,Chris Dodd, Barney Frank stated this economey mess we are in not George Bush Period!!!!!