#rsrh David Axelrod flails, flails, flails.

Asked a simple question – yes or no about whether he agreed with the White House that the private sector is doing fine, David Axelrod produces… this.

No transcript: there was no semantic content in that response whatsoever.

Via @rbpundit on Twitter: I have yet to figure out how to get the link on the iPad. Heck, I’m pleased that I figured out how to post the video. It’s like they don’t WANT me to use this thing like a computer.


  • Mike G. says:

    When David Axelrod sounds like a blithering idiot. Reckon that’s what progressivism does to you.

  • Paul K says:

    For the first time in my adult life I feel sorry for David Axelrod.

    OK, and that feeling just passed.

  • acat says:

    Axelrod has regressed from spinning to tumbling. What’s next, paint-by-numbers?

    (although .. the Obama “Obey” (erm, sorry, “Hope”) poster already sorta did that…)


  • Tbone says:

    What’s funny is that the reporters don’t seem to mind how foolish they look being used as tools by the fools.

  • Lee says:

    Hey, look! A squirrel!

  • Stan Pruss says:

    That last sentance says it all, “It’s (the private sector certainly doing better than the public sector.” I would ask whether there are more public sector jobs now than before Obama got elected? Are there more private sector jobs now than before Obama got elected?

  • Earlgrey says:

    if the private sector is doing just fine than the states and municipalities should have enough tax revenue to hire back the public service employees. What am I missing here?

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