Skip to comments.Top 10 Obama ties to history
Posted on 05/16/2012 7:33:48 AM PDT by Nachum
Earlier this week it was discovered that on the White House website, President Barack Obama had been inserted into each and every presidential biography dating back to Calvin Coolidge with the curious exception of Gerald Ford.
For instance, the White House biography of Franklin Delano Roosevelt notes, On August 14, 1935, President Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act. Today the Obama administration continues to protect seniors and ensure Social Security will be there for future generations.
The Daily Caller has since discovered other historical sketches the president has been written into. Here are the 10 best:
10.) In 1941, Standard & Poor came into being after H.V. and H.W. Poor Co. and the Standard Statistics Bureau merged. In 2011, Barack Obama became the very first president in American history to preside over the down-grade of Americas credit rating when S&P changed its rating of Americas creditworthiness from AAA to AA+.
9.) After warning of the Nazi menace during 1930s, Winston Churchill became prime minister of Great Britain in 1939. Perhaps no single person was as valuable as Churchill in winning World War II and saving Western Civilization. Upon taking office in 2009, Barack Obama returned a bust of Winston Churchill that sat in the Oval Office to the British Embassy, even though the British government offered to allow the president to keep it through his administration.
8.) On his desk in the Oval Office, President Harry Truman had a sign that read, The Buck Stops Here. After three years in the White House, President Obamas 2012 campaign has internalized a similar motto: The Buck Stops with George W. Bush.
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“With the curious exception of Gerald Ford”
Well now we know who did it don’t we?
Ford pardoned Nixon....Obama intends to pardon Holder, the entire democrat party and all terrorists. This was missing but will be addressed right after the election.
I had a time choosing my favorite, but finally I settled for #2: In 1940, the novel Lassie Come Home was published. In 1943, the story about a fictional pup was made into a film. In 1954, Lassie became a TV series. As a child in Indonesia in the 1960s, Barack Obama ate a dog.
Is this some flavor of satire?
The first insertion to King FDR’s story was pro-Hussein.
All the rest, while stunningly and offensively true, do not suck up to Hussein.
Why was this article excreted?
To protect Hussein’s King FDR connection post and then show “humor” afterwards?
Obama as Zelig.
Reminds me of how Hussein “jokes” about his fraudulent BC.
I have one to add that involves
a man with no verifiable documented history
tying himself to history.
I remember that picture, that was when he was in
Key West hanging with Ernest Hemingway.
Obama is the “Jonathan S Tuttle” of Presidents.
PRESIDENT JOHNSON: I understand you are a complete idiot. Where do you normally keep your head, son.
FORREST OBAMA: In the buttocks, sir.
PRESIDENT JOHNSON: Oh, that must be a sight.
That reminds me of the Clintons who made millions selling their memoirs, but could only answer "I don't recall" when being questioned about incidents they were involved in during congressional inquiries.
“All of us MADE UP Tuttle.”
Hmm, well, enough of us certainly assented, and most American voters disgraced themselves to crown the peas of sh!t.
Nice obscure reference, here’s another:
“BOW to the King (Queen) of Garbage, BOW!”
And a new meme is born.
love those pics!
"In 1800, John Adams became the first incumbent white President to be voted out of office. In 2012, Barack Obama became the first incumbent black President to be voted out of office."
Now, can you get him, “tourist guy”, “looter guy”, and “evil Bert” all into the same shots?