Add another name to the White House's list of public enemies. Jim Cramer, host of Mad Money, dared to call out the Obama administration saying, "This is the greatest wealth destruction I've seen by a president."
Obama's press secretary, Robert Gibbs, responded to Cramer's comments in the daily press briefing.
The most shocking part of Gibb's response comes where he questions Cramer's credibility.
"I'm not entirely sure what he's pointing to, to make some of the statements that he's made," Gibbs said. "And you can go back and look at any number of statements he's made in the past about the economy and wonder where some of the back up for those are, too."
"Not sure what he's pointing to?" You would think the press secretary would read a paper, but he's clearly missed it. Here is what Cramer is "pointing to:"
You can add Cramer to a growing list of private citizens who have been singled out for daring to speak out against the President.
Joe Wurzelbacher (aka Joe the Plumber)
Joe simply asked Obama a question one day while Obama walked through Joe's neighborhood.
Then all hell broke loose. We learned more about this man than we ever wanted to know while the press all but ignored the damning "spread the wealth" comment mad by Obama.
Rick made these comments on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange on CNBC.
Gibbs, speaking for the Obama administration, made the attack personal when he said, "I don't know what kind of house Santelli lives in" using class warfare to dispell the remarks made by a non-political figure.
Sean Hannity asked Limbaugh a series of questions and Limbaugh dared to say that he hopes the Obama policies fail.
Once again Gibbs responds to this private citizen, but this time he changes Limbaugh's comment to mean that he hopes for the economy to fail. Limbaugh made it clear this was not the case.
Should someone choose to vocalize their opposition to the Obama administration, they will face the public axe. Luckily, judging from these videos of Gibbs, Obama's public axe isn't very sharp.