Skip to comments.'Go Obamacare,' Obama Signs On Med Student's Coat
Posted on 09/10/2012 12:40:07 PM PDT by Abathar
(CNN) -- There is one University of Iowa medical student with a lab coat unlike anyone else's in his class.
At a rally on campus Friday, it was signed by President Barack Obama. But the president did not only inscribe his name.
"Go Obamacare!" he penned on the coat of Shadee Giurgius, a first-year medical student there.
After trying unsuccessfully to get tickets into a campaign event on the campus headlined by both Obama and Vice President Joe Biden the day after the Democratic National Convention, Giurgius said he eventually landed the tickets unexpectedly on Thursday.
"We were at a TPain concert on campus and this lady comes up to us, 'Hey, I'm on the White House staff, you guys want to go see Obama?'" he told CNN.
Those tickets not only got him into the event, but close enough that when Obama and his wife, first lady Michelle Obama, were shaking hands with the crowd, Giurgius landed the unique autograph.
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There are idiots on Ebay who would go nuts for that ruined coat.
Go Away Obamacare.
Good luck recovering your $200,000 in med school loans under Obamacare, Mr. Giurgius. You could start by selling that defiled lab coat.
Not sure if I would want to go to a Doctor named "Shady."
Here’s a video of the dude, with his doctor dad: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqvEuINl3ws
I thought we weren’t supposed to use that term.
It’s literally impossible for this guy to stop being a moron for 10 minutes.
As for Mr. Giurgius, if his dad is a doctor, he probably isn't too worried. One thing Obamacare certainly does is create demand > supply until the end of time. Or at least through my lifetime, and probably my kid's too.
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