Yes Jon we love our 🌶 Peppermint Patty and a shot of Psaki every day.— Frank Frank (@Wildwilly1000) March 2, 2022
A shot of Psaki a day keeps the propaganda away.https://t.co/W2FZKodbuF
We all have had those head slapping moments when we say "I wish I had thought of it at that time." Jen Psaki made this remark the morning after the State of Union address, not during the speech. And not many people know who Psaki is, and even fewer care. The President himself should have responded, pointedly and politely to Representatives Boebert and Greene, in real time.
Moreover, apropos of good cop, bad cop, if anyone should employ a passive-aggressive tone, it's the President. None of his surrogates should be so passive and indirect as to say "I think that says a lot more about them than it does about how important these priorities are." If it says something about them, say it; cowardice is not a strategy. And if one is going to say something as ineffectual as "it says a lot more about them...., please leave out the "I think." It's not a theory; it is observable fact and even if it's not, voters must not be led to think it's only your opinion.
The President speaks of "burn pits,"of headaches, numbness, dizziness, and even cancer suffered by American soldiers, gets heckled, and the most the Administration can come up with is- well, not much. It was an opportunity wasted, and there will be only so many of them before November.