Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Rove hypocrisy: Doesn't "understand" why Obama was "off the stage" for four days after attempted attack.

It really doesn't surprise me that Karl Rove pops up on Fox spouting this kind of crap:

HANNITY: Well, what do you make of the handling of the whole situation -- you know, "the system worked," Janet Napolitano tells us. The president -- you know, when we finally got a remark out of him, he says it's an isolated extremist, which we don't know to be the fact, but he said that. And then he talks about a systemic failure days later, but only because of press criticism.

ROVE: Yeah.

HANNITY: When you look at the entire incident in total, what does it tell you?

ROVE: Well, it tells me that we got the gang that's not got its act together. First of all, I think it was a mistake for the president to have the incident happen on Christmas and for him not to be heard from for four days. The White House sent out its people to spin the press in that they were trying to reassure the American people. Well, I don't understand why keeping the president off the stage and then not having him explain it for four days is supposed to reassure us.

As I've pointed out before Bush took SIX DAYS before making any comment on the Richard Reid attempted terrorist attack.

Obviously, a news channel as biased as Fox are going to transmit this kind of nonsense, but it's so blatantly hypocritical that one would expect other news channels to pick up on it and mercilessly mock him for it.

He sounds like he's from another planet.

Bizarro world.

Only a hack like Hannity could listen to this nonsense with a straight face.

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