Skip to comments.Obama's secret skeet shooting
Posted on 01/28/2013 12:51:24 PM PST by ColdOne
"When he goes to Camp David, he goes to spend time with his family and friends to relax, not to produce photographs," White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters Monday. He said he had never seen any pictures of Obama skeet shooting.
"He does go to Camp David with some regularity, but I'm not sure how often hes done that."
According to CBS News' Mark Knoller, who keeps statistics on the president's movements, Obama has visited Camp David 29 times, spending a total of 72 days there since taking office.
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pants on fire
I expect him to have a cook book out soon. “HOW TO COOK SKEET!”
A 12 gauge drone with Americans in clay colored clothing.
He is totally conjured. Nothing exists about him that is real.
A Playstation doesn’t count.
“He does go to Camp David with some regularity, but I’m not sure how often hes done that.”
Allow me to answer that for you Hoss.
Sissy boy does not shoot skeet.
He was shooting with Manti Te’o’s girlfriend and his other composite girlfriend from college.
I'd like to see the list of people who have been shooting with the President, if there are more than a few people, except perhaps for members of his security detail I'd be surprised.
Do they put him in a battery recharge station every night?
Reagan said the nearest thing to immortality was a government program. That or being a clay pigeon at Camp David.
There’s probably a skeet shooting range at Camp David. He’s probably seen the sign, therefore he has been skeet shooting/
Maybe he was referring to his drone assassinations. Maybe he said "sheik shooting" and they thought he said "skeet...
Follow up questions:
When you shoot skeet, what are you shooting?
What do you say to release a target?
[Add your own]
So was Bubba actually skeet shooting?
My guess is that he recently shot skeet (probably for the first and maybe second times) in order to give him plausible brag-ability.
In other words, to set up a big lie, n'est ce pas?
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