Today On Holden’s Obsession With The Gaggle

SillyGagglers, Chimpy Never Takes Responsibility ForAnything

Q Just one more on the issue you brought up initially, on worldwide food shortages. Does the President feel any responsibility himself for that, because he’s been such a hard backer of ethanol? I know he’s talked about different sources of ethanol, but he’s also really backed corn-based ethanol, and that’s blamed by a lot of people for driving up prices and costs.

MS. PERINO: I think there’s a lot of different issues that go in — there are a lot of factors that go into higher food prices or food shortages in countries that need help in order to feed their populations.

Former Senator Dog-Humper Never Heard Of John F. Kennedy?

Q It’s been suggested that the President, who has met so often with Catholic leaders and reached out so aggressively to Catholic groups, and whose social views very closely reflect Catholic Orthodoxy, is actually America’s first Catholic President. What do you think of that? (Laughter.)

MS. PERINO: He’s also been called America’s — or, the first Jewish President, is what the Israelis call him, too.

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Q It was actually Rick Santorum, I think, who gets credit for that. But has the President heard that suggestion before?

MS. PERINO: Yes.

3 thoughts on “Today On Holden’s Obsession With The Gaggle

  1. I’m sorry, are we talking about the same George W. Bush whom the last pope believed might be the antichrist? Is this the person the gaggler is referring to as “the first Catholic President”?
    Leaving JFK aside (as if an entire generation of Irish Americans would EVER do that), I would think that a Catholic president would be someone whom the pope wouldn’t think of as a good candidate for the antichrist. But that’s just me.

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