MATTHEW DOWD: So we’ll go to — let’s switch now to the economy. And the president got into a little hot water over his comments about you didn’t build it that he made, and that many people think a gaffe is really a politician accidentally telling the truth, which (inaudible) but I also want to focus, Robert, on the 1.5 percent GDP number that came out on Friday. Many people think that is an extremely anemic number, that that’s not the kind of growth that we need. do you think the president…
ROBERT GIBBS: Including the president.
DOWD: Well, the president’s now responsible. Is this the president’s economy? Does he own this economy? And should he be held accountable for whatever happens in this economy?
GIBBS: Well, look, Matthew, the president is the president of the United States. He understand where the buck stops. We also understand what we inherited and what we can’t go back to, which are the tried-and-tested ideas of four years ago which got us into this mess.
“buck stops” with Obama Bush card, NINETY SEVEN DAYS — before the 2012 election. Nearly four years in…it is [still] Booooosh’s fault!