Skip to comments.Obama Impersonator Shocks Crowds
Posted on 01/27/2013 8:04:52 AM PST by Lonesome in Massachussets
The guy is pretty good. It's too bad that there's nothing funny or quirky about Barack Obama that one could parody.
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What did he do? Uphold the Constitution?
I’d love to hear him say “you didn’t build that” and “the workers control the means of production”.
Very good .... now all he needs to do is figure out how to get flies to land on his face.
What about Rush’s “0bama”....he’s pretty good too....
Too funny layman. I figure that is why Obama hardly ever has a press conference. Those damn flies. I would love to hear Secret Servive stories about the various fly encounters over the years. I wonder if they ever swarm when he is over a putt. I can only hope so.
LOL...he admits the only thing he couldn’t impersonate was the ears...he needs prosthetics for that!
Hey, if this guy had an actual comedy writer, this could be great. But an actual comedy writer couldn’t do anything to mock Obama (not allowed!). So we’re stuck with the great optics but bland script.
The guy is missing one thing...Obama is always picking, or cleaning, or scratching his nose. Is it dripping, itchy, or what? Doesn’t the guy own a handkercheif and know when or how to use it? He even prodded at his nose -twice- at the Inagural luncheon...you can see it in the video focused on Michelle’s eye rolling and table manners. It is just a disgusting habit. Who would want to shake his hand after he has picked his nose? Ugh
THE EARS! SNL did a skit a few weeks back. The two interpreters use quick hand gestures to describe Obama. Enjoy.
This must be the guy that “Shoots skeet all the time”.
You mean that big dark spot just to the left of his nose isn't a big horse fly?
Oh .... I guess it could be. I just always assumed it was a booger.
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