Sep
09
2012

Actually, ‘Made in the USA’ is *four* words, Mr. President.

Or possibly six*: either way, apparently whatever the heck it is that Joe “a three letter word: ‘Jobs.’ J-O-B-S”) Biden has is catching.

“…making products that we sell around the world, marked with three proud words: made in the U.S.A.”

Also: what’s with the hunchback?

The President’s a bit young for hyperkyphosis, surely.

Moe Lane (crosspost)

*This is actually a question that gets more complicated, the more that you look at it.  Is USA an acronym, an abbreviation, or its own word? Is ‘USA’ a word the way that, say, ‘NASA’ (note the different pronounciation styles there)?

4 Comments

  • Brian Simpson says:

    “Made in the United States of America” is actually 7 words.

  • Spegen says:

    This will go down in msm memory hole with 57 states. It is only a gaffe if an R says it. I bet Obama could spell potato with an “e” and they would justify as an acceptable variant.

  • Murgatroyd says:

    Wouldn’t you love to watch Jay Carney try to respond to this?
     
    “President Obama said on Sunday that American manufacturers are -quote- making products that we sell around the world, marked with three proud words: made in the U.S.A. -unquote- Has the President ever taken an I.Q. test? Is this the reason the President has put his college transcripts under seal? Is it true that he picked Joe Biden to be his vice-president to add intellectual heft to his administration?”
     
    Boy, I’ll bet our nation’s intrepid journalists will be falling over each other to ask that at the next White House briefing!

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