Axelrod: It’s Not Obama’s Fault; Government Is Too Big

by Dave Blount | May 16, 2013 1:46 pm

From the mouths of moonbats sometimes comes partial truth — but of course only when it happens to serve their purposes. This is how the mad political scientist who created Obama as he was sold to the herd exculpates his monster from the IRS scandal:

“If you look at the Inspector General’s report, apparently some folks down in the bureaucracy, and you know we have a large government, took it upon themselves to shorthand these applications for tax exempt status in a way that was, as I said, idiotic, and also dangerous because of the political implications,” [David] Axelrod said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

“Part of being president is there’s so much underneath you because the government is so vast,” he added. “You go through these [controversies] all because of this stuff that is impossible to know if you’re the president or working in the White House, and yet you’re responsible for it and it’s a difficult situation.”

That is, Obama couldn’t possibly know what the Executive Branch is up to, because government is far too big.

That the Leviathan is many times its appropriate size cannot be denied. However, this has nothing to do with Obama’s bloated government filling in the details of an agenda the Community Organizer in Chief has made crystal clear.

Via 2nd Amendment Hotties.

On tips from The MaryHunter and G. Fox. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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