Thursday, May 30, 2013

Who has more credibility?
White House Press Secretary
President Barack Obama's mouthpiece
American actor
"Best known for playing Ed Norton, opposite Jackie Gleason's Ralph Kramden in the 1950s comedy The Honeymooners"
     Those familiar with this popular television comedy recognize Ed Norton as the loveable clownish side kick to Ralph Kramden.  We also remember Ed during those many times he shared stories of his adventures in the sewers of New York City, where he proudly was employed, in this recurring comedy sketch.
     Some will identify Jay Carney as being employed in a similar capacity, however handling human debris of a different nature, but far less cleaner in the sludge trenches, working diligently to clear up mounting messes made by his boss, Barack Obama.
     One huge difference separates good old Art Carney's sewer-dweller character Ed Norton, and Barack Obama's soiled media aide Jay Carney.  When Ed returns home from his daily chores, he can jump in the shower and wash away the smell, a luxury Jay Carney will never enjoy, so long as he remains a mouth piece for this current administration.
Related 'Carney' story:

"Jay Carney: It’s ‘self-evident’ that lying liar Holder’s lie is totally true"

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