"As you may have heard, Bob [Woodward] invited Gene [Sperling] over to his place. And Bob says he actually thinks that I should make it too. And I might take him up on the offer. I mean, nothing says 'not a threat' like showing up at somebody’s house with guys with machine guns."You can read the rest of the President's remarks here.
"Of course, maintaining credibility in this cynical atmosphere is harder than ever — incredibly challenging. My administration recently put out a photo of me skeet shooting and even that wasn’t enough for some people. Next week, we’re releasing a photo of me clinging to religion."
"With all these new faces, it’s hard to keep track of who is in, who is out. And I know it’s difficult for you guys as reporters. But I can offer you an easy way of remembering the new team. If [Texas Sen.] Ted Cruz calls somebody a communist, then you know they’re in my cabinet."
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Last night, President Obama attended the Gridiron Dinner in Washington, an annual occasion attended by Washington elites at which the powerful poke fun at themselves...usually. The President had a good routine, which brought laughter and applause from the crowd. A sampling of his jokes: