Skip to comments.Caption Drudge Pic of Clown & Biden
Posted on 09/01/2013 8:04:31 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
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What is it with this clown and putting his feet up for the camera to see? Atrocious manners, atrocious policies, just all around pathetic.
You know how muslims are about feet. Showing someone your foot is an insult.
Sorry, I only see clowns in this picture.
So, without further adieu, my caption: < stirring music begins from the top > : SEND IN, THE CLOWNS.........
(really, what IS it with this guy and his constant need to put his dang feet on priceless pieces of furniture....does he have a foot fetish or something?)
Putting your foot, your shoe on the desk used by multiple Presidents? That’s really offensive.
Hey, Valerie, can you believe Joe used ox blood polish on these shoes when they are CLEARLY cordovan?
That is the desk given us by the British is it not?
The guy sure knows how to diss people.
He probably takes the British no vote as a personal
Erkel....trying to look tough.
Yes, I know they’re black, but it further illustrates neither knows what they’re doing.
Hey Odungo, get your muslim foot off of the desk of the AMERICAN people
“If I could shoot a few Republicans, I can do as I please.”
Breath, relax, aim, squeeze.
Golf was next, so he’s stretching to prep.
On the live thread I mentioned he was 40 mins late because it’s not easy to get a tee time this weekend.
Just another way to say f you America
The Obama legacy... a classless idiot.
Get your f***ing foot off the President’s desk, you jug-eared jackass.
Yes, my initial reaction as well. Get your damn foot off the peoples desk.
A short history.
Given to us by Queen Victoria...
The Resolute desk is a large, nineteenth-century partners’ desk often chosen by presidents of the United States for use in the White House Oval Office as the Oval Office desk. It was a gift from Queen Victoria to President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1880 and was built from the timbers of the British Arctic Exploration ship Resolute. Franklin Roosevelt had a small door built for the gap to prevent people from seeing his wheelchair. Many presidents since Hayes have used the desk at various locations in the White House, but it was Jackie Kennedy who first brought the desk into the Oval Office in 1961 for President John F. Kennedy. It was removed from the White House only once, after the assassination of President Kennedy in 1963, when President Johnson allowed the desk to go on a traveling exhibition with the Kennedy Presidential Library. After this it was on display in the Smithsonian Institution. President Jimmy Carter brought the desk back to the Oval Office, where Presidents Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush used it. It is currently in use by President Barack Obama.
“Yo Reggie, we on for tonight? Joe’s got the stuff.”