Skip to comments.NBA’s David Stern: Obama always goes left
Posted on 10/26/2012 3:33:17 PM PDT by ColdOne
For all the buzz about President Barack Obamas skills on the basketball court, the NBAs commissioner, David Stern, thinks the hype is overblown.
Hes not that good, Stern, who announced Thursday he is retiring in 2014, said in an interview with Reuters. Hes a lefty, he goes the same way every time.
Sterns critique, good-natured as it was, wasnt simply some partisan swipe.
Im a loyal Democrat, a passionate Democrat. Hes not as good as he thinks he is.
More seriously, Stern explained the effect of having a hoops fan in the White House.
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
Senility is always sad.
Obama always goes left...
Obama’s about to foul out of the game.
Goes left like his policies, How could he expect to work across the aisle if he can’t go right !
He always goes left - as the pResident too.
Better basketball player than a president.
Better astronaut, chef, musician, brain surgeon, lumberjack, racecar driver, etc. - definitely NOT a good president.
This would be funnier if it weren’t so true..
Geesus H. Keyryst this man just left 4 Americans to die and these azzwipes are talking about his basketball game skills.
Is this country fugged up or what?
I’ve seen Obama’s style...he can’t drive. Too much of a pussy to dribble his way out of trouble. Gives the ball up if he can to somebody else unless he can get an easy foul and free throws. Not a power forward or boarder on offense or defense. In other words, I can throw that MF down when I drive on him and I don’t get called for charging...BAM!
I read that it took Obama eight shots to actually make a basket in front of the kids at the last Easter Egg Roll. Of course, the news only showed the one that he made.
To flog a well-worn phrase regarding Dear Leader: He’s a legend in his own mind!
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