Today on Holden’s Obsession with the Gaggle

Pony Bow and the President are inFlorida where the Republikkkan gubernatorial candidate refuses to be seen with the Chimp.

Q What about Crist? Is that — do you regard that as a snub?

MR. SNOW: No. Look, he says he wants to go around and go for votes around the state. The President is going to be campaigning for Charlie Crist today. He will mention him in the speech, and he’s also going to be talking for other candidates. You’ve got to keep in mind, these events are not only important for revving up Republicans who are in the vicinity, but people all around the country are now looking at these speeches and looking at these events, and they’re getting a sense of the energy of the crowds, but also the emerging clarity of the difference between Democrats and Republicans, especially on taxes and terror. And the President will be making those points.

Pony is planning on answering questions about the new Speaker of the House on Wednesday.

Q Is the President going to be able to work with a speaker Nancy Pelosi if one comes to be, given some of the back-and-forth that’s happened so far between the parties this midterm?

MR. SNOW: Nice try.

Q It’s a legitimate question.

MR. SNOW: You can ask questions about the House Speaker on Wednesday.

Chimpy Only Campaigns Where It Matters The Least

Q Talk a little bit about the schedule today. It’s interesting, he’s going to three Sunbelt states, all governor’s races, and none of them are particularly close — maybe Arkansas is the closest of the three. Why this choice for today?

MR. SNOW: Well, in part — first, the President’s brother invited him to come out to Pensacola, and we’re going to have 10,000 people out watching the event. Also the same thing with Asa Hutchinson; there had been a longstanding promise and we’re redeeming that promise. And he wanted to wrap up with an event in Texas, which is perfectly understandable.

Pony Delivers The One-Liner of the Day

Q Is he excited to campaign with Katherine Harris today?

MR. SNOW: He wants Republican candidates to win.

3 thoughts on “Today on Holden’s Obsession with the Gaggle

  1. I certainly got the feeling from Pony Blow’s answer to the Speaker question that he WON’T be the one answering that question come Wednesday. No point in serving with a lame duck is there?

  2. From Pensacola…
    Even the local shills on the Sinclair affiliated tebee station only put the number turned out for Bush at 6,000 (and that includes literally hundreds of school children).
    A 10,000 loyalist reception for the pResident… fantasy (and for that to be the case here, now that’s saying something. All the shine has come off a that guy!

Comments are closed.