The White House: "Have a nice cup of 'shut the F**k up..."

That's the White House's position on the press, and anyone else who doesn't agree with Barack "Doomsayer" Obama, Obamanomics, and with the Democratic Party's "New Morality".

Robert Gibbs, Obama's press secretary, can't seem to spend enough time taking shots at those who don't see the emperor's new clothes.

Gibbs said, among other things:

"You know, I'd like to think, and I think most people would like to think, that we can put aside our differences and get things done for the American people. We'll say, in watching a few cable clips of Mr. Limbaugh's speech, his notion of presidential failures seemed to be quite popular in the room in which he spoke," he said.

What Gibbs means, as we have seen, is that if you are the media you ask softball questions, agree with all of the answers, and become worshippers at the altar of The Obamessiah. We know that in the Obama lexicon, 'bi-partisan' means..."have a nice cup of shut the F**k up and vote for The Obamessiah's agenda."

We already know that the Obama Regime wants to gut the Second Amendment. It is becoming increasingly clear that they want to gut the First Amendment as well.

Gibbs has become increasingly hostile at his so-called 'press conferences', which are really propaganda rallies for Our Dear Leader. He has been taking shots at Jim Cramer, Rush Limbaugh, and Rick Santelli in particular.

Given Hillary Clinton's new-found disdain for human rights, one can only wonder if Gibbs would like to adopt some of the Chinese government's methods of dealing with those who dissent.

On Santelli:

In late February, Gibbs responded at length to Santelli's on-air rant at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, in which he stirred up traders by shouting that the government was promoting "bad behavior" with its mortgage rescue plan. "This is America," he said. "How many of you people want to pay for your neighbor's mortgage that has an extra bathroom and can't pay their bills?"

Asked about the segment, Gibbs said: "I'm not entirely sure where Mr. Santelli lives or in what house he lives. But the America people are struggling every day to meet their mortgage."

He said Santelli argued "quite wrongly" that the plan was ineffective and concluded by inviting him to the White House for a cup of "decaf" coffee.

"I would encourage him to read the president's plan and understand that it will help millions of people, many of whom he knows. I would be more than happy to have him come here and read it. I'd be happy to buy him a cup of coffee -- decaf."

The press in the room laughed at the quip, but Santelli later said he felt personally threatened by the White House.

Still, Gibbs said Tuesday he did not actually get in a "lot of trouble" for singling out Santelli.

"There are very few days that I've had more fun," Gibbs said.

Have your fun, Gibbs, you santimonious, condescending, patronizing buffoon. Every time you shoot your mouth off about these guys, you push more and more taxpayers over the edge.

That's going to come back and bite your boss right on the ass.

What are you going to do about it? Suspend the Constitution?