Skip to comments.Obama Gets Into A Fight With The Teleprompter This Morning, Too Funny (Video)
Posted on 04/27/2009 8:59:48 AM PDT by Talkradio03
Obama and the teleprompter, the media left this part out on their websites, this morning, at the National Academy of Sciences
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What a tool
If this was Bush, it would be on every major news network, played and replayed and all the humor pundits would be having a field day. Typical not a peep from them since it’s Obama.
He’s such a POS maroon. They could have picked a better, smarter puppet, but I guess they needed someone as stupid as Obama to pull off their agenda.
A TOTALLY “DUH” MOMENT OUT OF MANY TO COME! LOL!
The teleprompter or our fearless leader?
There are going to be so many examples of this after his four years, it’ll be an awesome compilation of flubs and foibles. Oh, except that that media will suppress at every turn. Thank God for the interwebs (He doesn’t really care, though).
If we controlled the teleprompter we could control the agenda *wink*
For the longest time I wondered if this man was either a genius, or a complete blubbering idiot.....
The envelope please...........
Has anyone made the Ron Burgandy comparison yet lol?
I never knew teleprompters respond to hand gestures.
That hand action kills me
Some one should add “And I do da Cha-Cha like a sissy girl.... I like-a do da Cha-Cha”
But, but, but... at least he can pronounce “nuclear!”
Yes if we could only get someone to pull the plug!
L O L !
” Has anyone made the Ron Burgandy comparison yet lol?”
You are absolutely correct, LOL !
My God - can you imagine if Bush was such a puppet? The press would suspend all coverage of the Swine Flu to talk about this non-stop!
Add the teleprompter “handler” to the long list of unemployed.
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