Overblown

White House Takes on Silver Spoons, Dogs

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney responded to two of the biggest nonissues of the day. First he addressed Mitt Romney's argument that President Obama saying he wasn't born with a "silver spoon" in his mouth is an example of how he "likes to attack fellow Americans." Anyone who took that "silver spoon" comment personally "might be a little oversensitive," said Carney. As for the attempt at a reverse attack on Obama for eating dog meat during his childhood in Indonesia, Carney said it "sounds like someone is trying to get out of the dog house."