Gibbs Mocks Palin's 'Hand Notes'AP: Robert Gibbs showed the words "hope" and "change" on his hand as he started his daily briefing with reporters on Tuesday.
Why is the left so focused on going after Sarah Palin? Palin already made fun of herself and Gibbs took the same joke. How lame of him. I think it is great that they are giving her all that free press. I wish the bullypulpit would bash the Tea Party more. We could use the free advertising. Gibbs is just impowering her and the Tea Party.
Michelle Obama defended her husband against some of his most vocal critics, saying President Obama did a "phenomenal" job this year and that change is a long-term process.
"I think my husband has done a phenomenal job staying on course, looking his critics in the eye, coming up with clear solutions against staying the course," Michelle Obama told Robin Roberts in an exclusive morning television interview on "Good Morning America." "That's what leadership is. But people have the right to criticize the President of the United States."
Michelle Obama gave her some free time also. Man are these people afraid of her or what? Why else are they all talking about her non-stop? I like Palin more every day. She has put more fear and anger then anyone else has. What a powerful women to be able to be of such focus by the White House and Democrats. 2012 is a long ways away and she has time to brush up on whats happening. If they are scared of her now I can't wait till Nov.2010 and 2012.
Michelle Obama's comments came in response to recent criticism from Sarah Palin who told TEA Party conventioneers in Nashville, Tenn., this weekend she wants to ask Obama supporters, "How is that hope-y, change-y stuff working out for you?"
"Rightfully, some people are frustrated, right?" Michelle Obama said. "But one of the things that Barack Obama said and continues to say is change isn't easy and it doesn't happen overnight. And it certainly doesn't happen in a year.
"It's not, he's not done yet. He's got more time," she said.
The White House can't even get their jabs to work the way they thought.