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Sunday, March 22, 2009

Barack Obama (Insensitive Prick)

"It's like, it was like Special Olympics or something."

- Reply Obama made when asked by Jay Leno how his bowling skills are.

**I thought Barack is supposed to be the most wonderful, well spoken, sensitive person to ever hold the presidency? Obviously, not!

Can you imagine if President Bush said anything even close to this? It would be the ONLY topic in the media for weeks. Nancy Pelosi would be trying to censor the president for his behavior, and the various 'special needs' organizations across the country would be marching up and down 1600 Pennsylvania Ave...But Obama's getting a pass, because he apologized and offered to have some Special Olympic competitors over to the White House to play basketball or bowling.

YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME?!?!?!

Oh well, it is what it is:
1. Barack showed us a little more of his inner soul...Which is proving to be much less messianic than he pretends.
2. Hopefully the president is realizing he's nowhere near as cool as he thinks he is and should spend more time on the job, and less time clowning around on late night TV.
3. He better not try any more speaking engagements without his teleprompter...It should be his baby, or at the very least he should treat it like his American Express: "Don't leave home without it."**

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  • At 2:58 PM, Anonymous PC_Bucs said…

    You mean the 'Hope Pope' says things that are even dumber than Prez Bush said? Come to think of it, Bush rarely said anything so blatantly insensitive and politically incorrect! Love your statement about him not 'being as cool as he thinks he is....'. That's right on the mark! Just a cute little peak into his 'inner dumbass'! It's there...can't wait to see more of it and how the media reacts to it!!

     

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