Skip to comments.Prez Cup is nice change from edgy Ryder [Obama Heads to Ohio for Golf]
Posted on 10/01/2013 4:47:25 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
... Nineteen years ago, the PGA Tour recognized with envy the financial and competitive success of the Ryder Cup, owned by the PGA of America, and figured it was time to stage its own team competition. It was a natural, of course, because countries such as Australia and South Africa were producing world-class players, but there was no event in which to play as a team.
Thus was born the Presidents Cup in 1994, with Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama all serving as honorary chairmen through the years, alongside a host of prime ministers. And though the event is really still in its infancy, there are a few advantages to that.
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Laziest sack of crap I have ever seen in office.
Washington burns; Barack plays golf.
This ignorant jug-eared POS reminds me of a character in a short-lived comedy during the 70’s - a mayor that when faced with a problem, simply said, “Handle it, handle it.” He is, without question, the laziest and most worthless POS I have ever seen in public office.
The Clown has burnt all his bridges. Waiting for the Chauchesku moment.
Who had this day in the Obama Plays Golf After Government Shut Down betting pool?
There’s still time to enter the “Obama Hosts Celebritards At The White House Party” pool...
The difference between the POTUS and three fifty pound bags of cow s***?
About 50 cents worth of burlap.
Lurkers: remember “Bushitler”?
Payback’s a bitch, ain’t it?
In a President Pinocchio and Senate created shutdown he should be forbidden by “We The People” to fly anywhere to play golf or at least forced to fly on the Greyhound of the Sky airlines WITHOUT any SS protection.
This is our government not the Muslim Manchurian Candidate’s and that POS should stay home or pay for everything out of his own filthy pocket.
Wasn't that the sheriff of "Carter County"?
Make that “Carter Country.”
Richard Paul as the Mayor. Hysterical.
That’s it... thank you. It was the mayor of the show, and that was his catch phrase for the show.
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