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Saturday, December 11, 2010

It would be funny...

... if it weren't true.

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Normally I think he would have dropped his drawers and said "Sir was it as good for you as it was for me?" like a nice little English school boy.

The jokes about Obama's compromise may or may not be deserved, but when Obama brought Bill Clinton out to the podium this week he never looked weaker or less presidential.

At the risk of really making our host mad...

I think Obama at his least presIdential was when his TelePrompTer fell over while speaker to grade school class.

But the Clinton Obama presser was a close second.

Perhaps the teleprompter accident only shows he's human.

Presidential today seems to need a superhuman, but if we actually fond one, we would immediately go crazy over the possibility he or she was an alien from another planet and the war of the worlds getting under way!

He would have been a lot better if he had stayed home and danced tango and let the Clintons help get this country back on track.


"Perhaps the teleprompter accident only shows he's human."

Maybe. But I've always thought Obama overused that crutch big time. My fav Obama momment was when he went one-on-one with Bill O'Reilly, unscripted, interrupted, live (almost), unedited (hopefully?), very dynamic and real. In a word, Presidential.

Bill Clinton did not need a teleprompter for that presser, and I think Obama does not need it most times also.

Maybe so, Harry.

Wouldn't it be nice if the device actually told him the truth?

Good one Lawrence!

"Teleprompter, Teleprompter on the pole, who's the fairest of them all?"

A fascinating comparison between Hoover and Obama:


No words, no teleprompter, would be funny ...

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