Tuesday, June 8, 2010

He's always taking the high road.

The following post is rated "R" for strong language. 

So today, our esteemed tieless president (a complete sign of how lazy this schlep is), who does nothing more than read bad speeches and go to parties had this to say.  From Yahoo! Obama said, defending his administration's handling of the spill. "And I don't sit around just talking to experts because this is a college seminar; we talk to these folks because they potentially have the best answers, so I know whose ass to kick." Well actually you do just sit around.  If you were talking to experts that would be a step in the right direction but you haven't done anything except kiss Iran's ass. But I digress.

Whose ass to kick?  Really?  I'm not going to lie to you.  I guess I just expect a little bit more what with him being the President and all.  And what about him being a Harvard grad?  It would seem to me that a man of such esteemed learning would be able to tell Matt Lauer his intention with more direction and a better grasp of language.  

Now I can curse, and often do, but I pick my moments.  I dont' often swear in front of my mother or the ladies I work with but then I'm not the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My question is this: How long till Barry says "motherfucker" on national television?  I'm guessing before Christmas.  He'll be talking to someone at 60 Minutes in one of their quarterly felatio fests and it will happen.  Mike Wallace will say something like "Mr. President, you've been harshly criticized for your handling of (insert any situation here as Barry is a moron).  What do you have to say to them?"  B.O.'s response "Mike, those motherfuckers need to walk a mile in my shoes.  Know what I'm sayin? They need to walk a mile in my mothafuckinshoes then the bitches can get all up in my face.  Til then, all I have to say is shut the fuck up."  Yes, I can see this happening.


Buzz Kill said...

I think the president is trying to look tough and be a regular guy. Neither of which he is. You have to wonder what McCain would have done here. I think in the 2nd week he would have been standing on the president of BP's throat until they blew up the well and sealed it off.

Now this thing has snowballed out of control because of the president's inability to kick ass.

5Wood said...

I saw his comments that day, and the reallity is that BP is not in the business of losing Billions of Dollars which this spill is currently costing them. If they had an answer to this problem it would have been stopped they would have move a hundred feet over and drilled another hole and started pumping again... and if our President is arrogant enough to think any ass he can kick will speed up the process... wait he is arrogant enough.