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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Robert Gibbs
President Obama is so toxic to Democrats that even his own one-time sycophantic aides are saying, "Who?"
President Obama ran in 2008 on a platform of pledging to change the culture in Washington — an effort that his former spokesman says the White House has now acknowledged is essentially fruitless.
President Obama has no concept of accountability. His minions know that no matter what they do, they're never going to suffer consequences for their mistakes, no matter how grievous or embarrassing. Kathleen Sebelius, the secretary of Health and Human Services, presides over the biggest flop the Internet has seen since Al Gore invented it. White House press secretary Jay Carney says Mrs. Sebelius, despite spending $634 million on the Obamacare website disaster, still has the president's "full confidence."
Former presidential press secretary Robert Gibbs offered some words of advice for President Obama on how best to handle the blooming government shutdown: Take it easy, sit back and wait it out.
Robert Gibbs, President Obama's former press secretary, said during a Sunday television talk show appearance that he was told to deny the existence of the United States' drone program when he first came on board the administration.
Both NBC News and MSNBC have hired former White House press secretary and senior advisor to President Obama, Robert Gibbs, as a contributor.
Former Obama White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said he wasn't too impressed with former Sen. Chuck Hagel's performance at his confirmation hearing to become secretary of defense.
President Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney are skipping campaigning Sunday to focus on preparing for their debate Tuesday night, with the incumbent trying to rebound from a widely panned performance at the first faceoff and the GOP candidate hoping to repeat his strong showing.
Obama campaign strategists aren't ready to hand over the 2012 election to Mitt Romney after his strong debate showing, but they do want to give him an Academy Award.
National Hunting and Fishing Day, celebrated the fourth Saturday of each September since 1972 with the motto "Hunt. Shoot. Fish. Share the pride," appears to be evolving into something beyond woodland camouflage or spinner reels.
Robert Gibbs, on "Fox News Sunday" last weekend, rhetorically asked host Chris Wallace if Obamacare was so bad for seniors, why did the AARP (formerly the American Association of Retired Persons) endorse it?
Supporters of President Obama refused Thursday to pull a TV ad suggesting that Republican Mitt Romney caused a woman to die from cancer, a commercial that is raising questions about suspected coordination between the Obama campaign and an advocacy group founded by a former White House staffer.
President Obama's campaign is criticizing Mitt Romney's upcoming six-day overseas trip as a weaker imitation of the foreign campaign swing Mr. Obama took in 2008 and suggested that it will be light on substance and heavy on fundraising.
President Obama is launching a push to extend tax cuts for the middle class, as he seeks to shift the election-year economic debate from the dismal jobs market to assertions that Republican rival Mitt Romney protects the rich.
A morbidly obese California man whose tearful, videotaped plea for help became a YouTube sensation may be getting the support he wanted.
"If he doesn't get more involved in raising money and making this a choice you lose the Senate," former press spokesman Robert Gibbs said this week. "And if you lose the Senate, turn out the lights because the party's over."
"If you lose the Senate," he says, "[We'll have to] turn out the lights, because the party is over."