The Next White House Press Secretary, If There is a Second Obama Term

  Bookmark and Share As we hypothesize over just how extreme and out of control a second Obama term might be if given a second chance at four years in the White House, WH12 can’t help but feel that the Administration might be willing to change gears and offer a more honest approach to their political agenda by replacing their current stream of spokespersons with more blunt, straight talking representatives.  For instance, take current White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.

Carney is doing his best with what he has to work with.  But his attempts to help his boss coverup the Administration’s ineptness which led to the death of four Americans at our consulate in Benghazi have been essentially digging a deeper and deeper hole for the President, the State Department, and the entire Obama-Biden reelection effort.  His most recent lies have been an attempt to deny the fact Carney himself refused to call the Benghazi attacks acts of terrorism.  He has also been trying to convince inquiring members of the White House Press Corps that he never claimed the attacks were a response to a stupid video that was made back in July and was still not being spoken about in Libya in September when the attack occurred.

It is a line of lies which has forced people to remind the White House and its Press Secretary that in today’s world there exists something called video and on it one can see and hear exactly what the President and his representatives say or even once said.

Which brings us to the next possible choice for White House Press Secretary if there is second Obama term.

Her name is Collandra  (see video of Collandra at the bottom of this post)No last names here.  It’s more hip and happening… like Madonna, Pink, and other one name wonders like Cher.  This will allow Obama 2.0 to try to get back some of that appeal it lost among younger voters since 2008 when many of those younger Obama fans thought they would at least be able to find some employment if he became President.

Collandra has no previous experience as a government spokesperson, but that matters little to an Obama 2.0 Administration.  Both their current Press Secretary and previous one, Joe Gibbs, had experience and both proved to be bumbling, stumbling failures.  But Collandra has experience with something that both Gibbs and Carney apparently are not familiar with… honesty.  With Collandra as White House Press Secretary, there will be no more Stephanie Cutter-like stupidity and false claims that distract people from the issues.  With Press Secretary Collandra there will be no more need for congressional hearings in to what the White House knew or didn’t know after after a crisis.  No, with Collandra at the helm information will flow freely and honestly without any of the politically correct, diplomatic terms that normally allow the White House to confuse people with meaningless jargon.

As Press Secretary, Collandra’s no hold barred approach to getting the White House’s message out will match the aggressive Obama 2.0 reform agenda that will seek to rid us of such constitutional inconveniences as religious liberty, and personal responsibility.  None of this will be good for the country but neither will any part of a second Obama term be good the country.  And with no opportunity to run for a third consecutive term leaving the President without a need to be held accountable in a third reelection attempt, the President may just decide to at least be honest about the direction he wants to take us in.  If so, as demonstrated in the video below, Collandra is the person for the job.


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