Tuesday, February 24, 2009

What was the worst thing about Jindal's presentation tonight?

Was it that he sounded like that museum tour guide who talked your ninth grade class as if he were talking to a third grade class? Was it that he was more interested in talking himself up than in criticizing Obama's speech? I mean, it was the Republican response to the president's speech -- guess there wasn't much to criticize. Or, was it that the criticisms he did make were the already stale lies and misrepresentations that the Republicans have been making since Obama's inauguration? Or, was it something else altogether?

Was Tom Foreman just trying to be cute when he corrected Obama about where the automobile was invented, or was he serious? I didn't notice a trace of irony in his voice, but I do sometimes miss that kind of thing.

Update: Even Fox News was critical.

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