Making Something out of Nothing

Literally, this is making something out of nothing. During the last Bush press briefing, a question came up about Obama’s birth certificate or lack thereof. Bush’s press briefer said: “I don’t think I have anything to say on that, Lester, and I think we’re going to end it right there,”

I would call that a nothing response.

But the Rovingpatrol’s blog took that nothing and made something out of it, specifically that President Bush knew Obama wasn’t eligible to be president, or a crook or SOMETHING!

That simple answer spoke loud and clear Bush and others knew the truth…The question people should be asking is why are they participating in the cover-up. How is it one man can be so powerful he is able to commit crimes and only the ones around him end up being investigated while Obama is left alone to continue crimes?

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6 Responses to Making Something out of Nothing

  1. George Orwell III says:

    Press Briefing by Deputy Press Secretary Tony Fratto
    James S. Brady Press Briefing Room
    November 24, 2008

    Q: Thank you, Tony. Two questions. There’s been extensive media coverage of where the two Obama daughters will attend school. And my question: The White House believes that they should be able to attend the school their parents select without criticism because it’s private rather than public, don’t you?

    MR. FRATTO: I think we support all parents making that decision.

    Q: Good. The CEO of WorldNetDaily has called on the President-elect to release a birth certificate listing the hospital and names of parents. The White House believes that this would fully satisfy the constitutional requirement, don’t you?

    MR. FRATTO: I don’t think I have anything to say on that, Lester, and I think we’re going to end it right there. Thank you.

    END 11:35 A.M. EST

  2. Hitandrun says:

    The questioner is none other than Lester Kinsolving, an honorable conservative and longtime radio personality here in the Baltimore area. His listeners (myself among them) had for some time encouragedLes to confront White House spokesmen on Mr Obama’s birth data obstructionism. The non-response was typical. For more on Les:


  3. It is beyond me why someone with the background and stature of Kinsolving would stoop so low as to become the “White House Correspondent for WorldNetDaily” a publication which is known for its tabloid-level editorial standards. WND is the paper that printed the infamous “travel ban to Pakistan” story, which we all know never existed.

    Here’s another Kinsolving press briefing exchange, this one from 2005:

    Les Kinsolving: Scott, when the Rev. Jesse Jackson admitted that he fathered a child out of wedlock, the president, as you remember, telephoned him after this admission. And since Karin Stanford, the mother in this case, has just stated, “I was attacked by friends, strangers in the black press, without mercy, and labeled by them a political stalker, gold digger, and opportunist,” will the president now telephone Jesse’s victim, as he did Jesse?

    White House spokesman Scott McClellan: I appreciate your question, Les, and I don’t have—

    Kinsolving: You appreciate the question?

    McClellan: Yeah.

    Kinsolving: Do you think I could appreciate an answer?

    McClellan: Les, I don’t think it’s worthy of an answer. (to another reporter) Go ahead.

    Other Reporter: Thank you.

    Kinsolving: You don’t think it’s worthy of an answer?

    McClellan: Because your characterization is not accurate. (to another reporter) Go ahead.

    Kinsolving: It’s not? How is it inaccurate?

    McClellan: (to another reporter) Go ahead.

  4. bogus info says:

    I think the thing that puzzles me is that this bunch only “unholds” the Constitution when it fits into their plans and totally ignore other parts of the Constitution or interpret it to fit their agenda.

  5. Hitandrun says:

    What does this 2005 press briefing exchange demonstrate to you?


  6. The 2005 press briefing to me is an example of Kinsolving using the venue of a White House press briefing to ask a question completely irrelevant to the administration for the purpose of publicizing something, wider knowledge of which would advance Kinsolving’s political views.

    Sorry about the previous spurious answer. When I read these (in another part of the software) I don’t see the context, and in this case I guessed wrong.

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