Obama’s outlandish assertions can be quite amusing. And when his White House press minions spout their nonsensical defense, they only add to the comedy. Just about everything the President says, particular during election season, is campaign-driven.
But Obama denies it — or rather, Carney denies it for him.
The White House rejected the notion that Obama’s assault on the Republican budget was campaign-related.
“This was a policy speech, that again had a great detail of detail attached to it,” said Jay Carney.
If he’s railing against a GOP presidential contender, then it is a campaign speech. If it’s not a campaign speech, that means he’s randomly assailing some former Republican Massachusetts governor.