Georgia State Coach Taunts Hapless Obama: “I hope you make better decisions in that presidency than you did about Georgia State”

Posted by on Mar 19, 2015 at 7:38 pm

That annual tradition where everyone gets to point and laugh at Obama over his dopey basketball picks.

Georgia State University’s coach had some choice words for President Obama after an upset victory over Baylor University on the first day of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

“I hope you make better decisions in that presidency than you did about Georgia State,” coach Ron Hunter said.

Obama chose Baylor in his bracket. He has Kentucky ultimately winning the championship over Villanova.

Granted, so did a lot of people. But we don’t waste America’s time with an annual ESPN ritual.

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11 Responses to “Georgia State Coach Taunts Hapless Obama: “I hope you make better decisions in that presidency than you did about Georgia State””

  1. Questionman on 20/20/15 at 12:57 am

    Why can’t the President chose a team that he feels is better and he can have his preference of the teams that he likes. Secondly, you are wrong the economy is better and the unemployment rate is down and guess what all the economist think that the economy is better under Obama than your Precious REAGAN. Get your data and statiscial correct. Maybe you should vomit on your corrupt Governor. You guys have never likes this President and you probably urinatated in your pants when he won TWICE. Just say!

  2. Andy on 20/20/15 at 9:17 am

    @Questionman: The President can pick whoever he damn well chooses. I’d prefer he keep those picks to himself instead of doing a yearly ritual on television of picking them as if it were his job. He has better things to do than show us he has nothing better to do.

  3. CharlieBrown'sDildo on 20/20/15 at 9:18 am

    Questionman,

    English is obviously not your first language, so you’ll have to concentrate.

    Total employment (a more important stat) is down, growth is anemic, and the number of full-time jobs is decreasing.

    You are entitled to your own opinions, but not to your own facts.

  4. BuddyPC on 20/20/15 at 11:06 am

    “Total employment (a more important stat) is down, growth is anemic, and the number of full-time jobs is decreasing.”

    It is, but even by the BS U3 numbers touted by the administration fanboys, employment is worse than under Bush.

  5. BuddyPC on 20/20/15 at 11:09 am

    Of course, one can’t entirely fault Barack Obama for economic stagnation. He inherited an economy from Barack Obama.

  6. Tex Lovera on 20/20/15 at 11:55 am

    “Questionman” sounds a lot like Mary Clogginstein from BRattleboro, VT.

    And that ain’t a compliment.