National Laughingstock Nearly Falls Getting off Plane

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 at 7:25 am

Thinks he’s all cool, then acts as if nothing happens. Weird how nobody seemed to care he was golfing with the owner of the evil Halliburton.

President Barack Obama is teeing off in Florida with a trio of oil and private equity moguls.

The president is spending the weekend in Palm City in eastern Florida, at the private Floridian National Golf Club.

Obama was joined for his round of golf Sunday by Jim Crane, who owns the Floridian. Crane is a major Democratic donor who also owns the Houston Astros and golfed with Obama and Tiger Woods in 2013. He’s also a major player in the Texas energy industry.

Also in Obama’s foursome is Milton Carroll. He’s on the board of directors of Halliburton, the oil company closely associated with former Republican Vice President Dick Cheney.

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4 Responses to “National Laughingstock Nearly Falls Getting off Plane”

  1. mike191 on 30/30/15 at 8:54 am

    Major oil company, Halliburton executive, stumbling , this will never make the six o’ clock news. However, insert Bush and this would be front page news.

    Thanks for the info on the Houston Astros’ owner, another reason for betting against this team.

  2. DMO on 30/30/15 at 9:00 am

    Looking forward to the multiple SNL skits poking fun at the clumsy buffoon reminiscent of Chevy Chase and Gerald Ford!

  3. Cowboyneal on 30/30/15 at 9:08 am

    No kidding. Hell, SNL made a cottage industry in the 70s out of mocking Jerry Ford, probably the best athlete of any President.

    Meanwhile, Dear Leader again couldn’t be bothered to salute, out of returned respect, the Marines who saluted him as he walked from Air Force One to Marine One, proving one more time what a small, classless, arrogant prick he really is.

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