19 Jun 2009 Obama Shouldn’t Be Taken Literally, Says White House
Courtesy of the White House itself, we now know why President Obama was willing to break a health care promise before he even made it.
According to the White House, the Associated Press reports, Obama didn’t really do that, because Obama’s promises “shouldn’t be taken literally.”
“Promises shouldn’t be taken literally” could be the Obama White House’s version of the Clinton White House’s “depends on what the definition of is is.”
Just speak straight, people! (But thanks for warning us that we can’t trust you.)
Hat tip: Ramesh Ponnuru at the Corner.
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