Bound and Gaggled
The always invaluable Henry Seltzer brings us yet another example of Scott McClellan's heroic inability to provide explanations for things he claims are easy to explain:
SCOTT McCLELLAN: Well, we're making it easier for seniors to be able to understand what is available to them. And I think the point the President was making is that he understands that these are new options and choices that are available to America's seniors, and what we want to do is talk to them about what is available to help them make an informed decision. And I think seniors are trying to go about making an informed decision. And what they're going to realize is better benefits and significant savings.
Q. And what's the best plan for my mother in particular? Can you save me some time here? (Laughter.)
MR. McCLELLAN: I'm not the expert on that. Go ahead. I didn't know that's where you were going.
Our only question is this: why hasn't the administration addressed health care for seniors by ordering the widespread distribution of that purple fingerpaint they used in the Afghan and Iraqi elections? We thought that shit could cure anything. — DCEIVER