All I have to say is Sarah Palin sit your butt down! It seems like Obama canâ€™t catch a break from his republican colleagues. Although Sarah Palin has proven herself to be more of an entertainer than a politician she might want to consider taking a course in political language and word choice. After the White House released a statement stating they would not be releasing BinLadenâ€™s death pictures Palin took to twitter to express her opinion.
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Here are the statements and video footage of the President responding to all the flak he has been taking from the celebrities on his decisions to initiate all of his policies.
â€œI know heâ€™s taken some flak lately, but no one is prouder to put this birth certificate matter to rest than â€˜The Donald,â€™ (who was actually in the audience).
â€œAnd thatâ€™s because he can finally get back to focusing on the issues that matter, like: Did we fake the moon landing?
â€œWhat really happened in Roswell?
â€œAnd where are Biggie and Tupac?â€
And he also has a few words for actor Matt Damon who had recently said he was â€œdisappointedâ€ in the president’s policies. the president said.
â€œWell, Matt, I just saw â€˜The Adjustment Bureauâ€™ so right back at you, buddy!â€
President Obama is nursing a split lip after a little basketball action on Friday at Fort McNair. The player who elbowed the President has been identified as Rey Decerega [[ day-sah-RAY-gah ]], the director of programs for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. The White House said Obama received 12 stitches under a local anesthetic to close the wound. Meanwhile, Decerega released a statement saying the President is, quote, “both a tough competitor and a good sport.” One day after the incident, the President took in another basketball game, this time from the stands at Howard University. “The Hill” newspaper reports that the President and his family were seen on the Howard campus to watch the Howard Bison take on the Oregon State Beavers, a team coached by the president’s brother-in-law, Craig Robinson.
(10/29/10) These McDonald’s owners have lost their rabbit minds. They are pressing their employees to vote in their favor. This is just as bad as that Happy Meal experiment. The owners sent a letter that read:
“As the election season is here we wanted you to know which candidates will help our business grow in the future,” reads the letter. “As you know, the better our business does it enables us to invest in our people and our restaurants. READ MORE
(10/7/2010)Â Reports say more than 89,000 stimulus payments of $250 each went to people who were either dead or in prison, a government investigator says in a new report. The payments, which were part of last year’s massive economic recovery package, were meant to increase consumer spending to help stimulate the economy. But about $18 million went to nearly 72,000 people who were dead, according to the report by the Social Security Administration’s inspector general. READ MORE
(10/6/2010) Â The new “NBA Jam” video game features some unlikely playable characters. Ya’ll don’t remember playing NBA Jam on the Super Nintendo…BOOM SHAKALAKA!! In addition to having the biggest stars of the NBA, there are also some of the biggest stars of Washington, DC. President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are playable characters. NBA Jam players will also be able to check out the skills of 2008 Republican presidential running mates John McCain and Sarah Palin. Former President George W. Bush, former Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Former President Bill Clinton and former Vice President Al Gore are also in the game. READ MORE
President Obama is about to go where no sitting president has gone before — to a daytime talk show. The commander-in-chief is scheduled to appear on Thursday’s episode of ABC’s “The View” as part of the show’s “Red, White & Blue View” campaign. The President will become the first sitting U.S. president to appear on a daytime talk show. According to “The Los Angeles Times,” President Obama will tape his interview on Wednesday ahead of the Thursday airing. READ MORE
President Obama is declaring today a National Day of Prayer. The proclamation was made despite a controversial April 15th ruling by a federal judge who said the government encouraging its citizens to pray violates the First Amendment. President Obama said in the proclamation, quote, “We are blessed to live in a nation that counts freedom of conscience and free exercise of religion among its most fundamental principles.” Last year some conservatives criticized the President for not marking the day in public prayer events as he instead observed the day privately.