Skip to comments.The Iconic Photo Of World Leaders Watching Soccer (Caption if you wish)
Posted on 05/20/2012 6:01:31 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
White House photographer David Souza has done it again.
From The White House flickr:
Prime Minister David Cameron of the United Kingdom, President Barack Obama, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, and others watch the overtime shootout of the Chelsea vs. Bayern Munich Champions League final, in the Laurel Cabin conference room during the G8 Summit at Camp David, Md., May 19, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
Seeing as Bayern Munich lost the shootout, we hope Angela Merkel isn't gong to push for double austerity out of some sense of revenge.
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What do a group of socialists with 59 cents worth of brains do for entertainment?
They’re all a bunch of friggin idiots.
It would be all staged emotions, part of the DRAMA that they think we want them to play on the stages of world affairs. In the privacy of their homes, they would not even know who is playing.
Yes, YES! He kicked the can right out of the stadium and now is kicking it down the street. GOOOOOAAAAAALLLLL !!!!!
“shootouts” = an idiotic way to end a game
I think Obama was photo-shopped into that picture.
Nice photo, props to David Souza, but couldn’t care less for the people in it, even Merkel.
Go to the coliseum and watch the lions eat the Christians.
Since nothing else was on 5000 channels of t.v.
David Cameron, standing next to a Castrati from the Vienna Boys choir, celebrates the overtime shootout of the Chelsea vs. Bayern Munich Champions League final.
The guy on the lower right looks like the telejournalist from the Will Smith 75% video.
Could be, for sure he knows his place, at the back of the crowd. Easier to bow from there.
“The winning bidder for Greece is England with a bid of three beers and a stick of gum.”
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