Skip to comments.March Madness? Obama Picks Down In Flames
Posted on 03/27/2011 2:15:44 PM PDT by paul in cape
In what can be called the greatest political risk of his brief career, President Obama went way out on a limb of a very weak tree and picked all Number 1 seeds to reach the Final 4. Well, a very tenacious VCU Rams team, representing the hopes and dreams of Middle America, knocked off Obama's last hope, the Kansas Jayhawks, to reach the Final 4, rendering Obama's bracket as worthless as Hope and Change itself.
When reached for a comment, the President's spokesman, Jay Karney, blamed former President Bush for swapping the seeding numbers, and that the ESPN bracketologist acted "studidly" in recording and broadcasting the President's picks.
Here are The President's picks.
In a related story, the President has announced that he expects Col. Ghaddafi, Hugo Chavez, Richard Trumpka and George Soros all to remain in power this year.
Can’t run the country any better than his draft picks.
Pathetic. Just pathetic. :(
Gee he sucks at everything he does.
LOL...that is awesome.
Big Ears is becoming Jimma Carter, AlGore & Kerry all wrapped up in one.
"Let them eat seeds."
The SOB wiped out my school, Pitt, in the first round.
Thanks a pantload Obummer!
Dittos for my school: Kansas
How can you possibly have a name like “varina davis” and not be for VCU?
Barack Obama = kiss of FAILURE!
He did in my Stillerz in the Super Bowl; and then the Panthers.
Now Duke, OSU, and Kansas know the Curse of Buh-Rock.
Now...a shameless blog shout out (my little musings on Barracketology):
‘Cause I’m a natural born Hoosier and a Southerner by choice.
Al Qeda is making a comeback thanks to Obama’s pick.
Ole Buckwheat is a looser in more ways than one.
I have to admit as a diehard Jawhawk, this was my only consolation. Bammy lost.
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