The Swamp: ‘Wee-weed up:’ White House explains it
So what did the president mean when he said this week that everyone’s getting all “wee-weed up” in Washington?
“It’s a phrase I use,” White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said today, hesitating at his press briefing to offer a physical demonstration of the phraseology.
“Bedwetting would probably be the more consumer-friendly term for it,” the press secretary said.
Rush Limbaugh: The President Cries “Wee-Wee”
GIBBS: I don’t know if I should do that from the podium. I think “wee weed up” is when people just get all nervous for no particular reason. This is sort of an August pundit pattern between people getting overly nervous for something that still has a long way to go. Bedwetting is — would be probably the more consumer-friendly term.
RUSH: So he did mean that. He did mean that people are wee weeing out there. First it was Nazis, now it’s bedwetters. Everybody is out there, unruly mobs, they’re gangs, and now they’re bedwetters and now they’re pee-peeing all over the place in August. And this dolt press secretary has just confirmed it.