Skip to comments.Obama's Australia visit: No time for golf, Mr President, you're here to work
Posted on 09/13/2011 5:09:22 PM PDT by naturalman1975
AUSTRALIANS hope Barack Obama's trip to Australia will be a case of third-time lucky, but it probably won't include a round of golf for the US President.
The President has twice cancelled trips to Australia - in March and June of last year - and comes this time with the US economy under increasing pressure.
And with that in mind, it's believed his public image would take a dip if he was seen playing golf on top of summits in Hawaii and Bali, before another trip to Cannes for the G20.
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“And with that in mind, it’s believed his public image would take a dip if he was seen playing golf on top of summits in Hawaii and Bali, before another trip to Cannes for the G20.”
Hell, it’s never concerned him before, why now.
Let him play golf there and find out about the local Fairway Hazard “P.O.d Browns.”
What on earth is he doing Down Under ?
Liberals always love to have these economic summits in fancy locations (Bali, Hawaii, Aspen, Jackson Hole). Why do liberals hate places like East St. Louis, Compton, or Detroit? They need economic stimulus more than those fancy spots.
Probably bowing to someone, no doubt.
Every time BHO does his "work", America goes deeper into the bottomless pit. Anyway he could just stay on the golf course for the next year and a half and let us get back on our feet?
So Hussein should be very comfortable with Australia's newest leader.
better than believing in a pagan god called allah
Maybe he’ll be left stranded on the Great Barrier Reef with sharks circling!
Absolutely no reason. The usual excuse is "discussions with leaders of foreign governments". but he can do that with Julia on Nov 7-13 at the shirt-wearing in Hawaii..
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