Reluctantly, I’m watching Obama talk about the next GM bailout. As usual, he can’t remember even the smallest segment of his speech. It’s just back and forth, from the left teleprompter to the right teleprompter, like he’s watching a tennis match. Which made this phrase hysterical:
“I want to say a word directly to the people affected by this . . .”.
I want to, but I can’t. Cause those people are at home in their living room and if I look at the camera I’ll have no idea at all what to say. So instead I’ll say a word to the left of those people, then I’ll say a word to the right of those people, then I’ll go back to the left. But if you average all my words together, I’ll be speaking directly to those people.