Obamateurism of the Day
posted at 8:05 am on August 24, 2009 by Ed Morrissey
Nothing impresses like a leader who can express himself in clear, precise, and confident language. Such men and women get instant respect in any forum, especially on the world stage. When the leader of the free world reaches for a verb — or was it an adjective? — to describe heightened scrutiny and anticipation, nothing less than a three-syllable word will do:
I guess “wee-wee’d up” is better than “doo-doo’d down,” although maybe next time, President Obama can just say “Number One and Number Two.” And maybe someone can ask Chris Matthews if he still has a tinkle down his leg.
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