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(Politico)   What does it say about Obama that he has time to complete a March Madness bracket, but not fix the economy? And what does it mean that he chooses some teams over others? An American president who favors some at a whim -- Imperial President, indeed   (politico.com) divider line 91
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2013-03-21 11:48:43 AM
"Do you realize he's never received one vote for any of his previous budgets? If he can pick one winner right in the brackets, he's trumped what he's able to do on getting votes for his own budget," the South Carolina Republican said Wednesday on Fox News's "On the Record."

"I have no problem with the president doing his brackets. That's fine. He's having fun. He's entitled to have some fun, but usually the way I look at it is you have fun after you do your work. And the president hasn't done his work," said Giuliani, a Republican, on Fox News. "He hasn't done it in years."

The House GOP released a Web video hitting Obama on the issue. In it, the House GOP states, "The president's brackets are always on time. His budgets? Not so much."


Children. Goddamn children.
 
2013-03-21 11:57:00 AM
He makes time to complete his bracket because his bracket is the means by which he communicates with the NSIS. Secret coding throughout the entire form allows him to transmit key information annually to his handlers overseas while simultaneously appearing to be engaged in a most American activity. The translation key is incredibly complex, and works on multiple levels, but as an example from his most current bracket (and I'm really stunned he'd be this brazen; I think he's getting a little overconfident since it's been working so long), look at his final four picks:

Louisville, Florida, Ohio State, Indiana

Now, aside from telling us that the president has shiatty taste in basketball teams, what does this say? Well, the obvious key is to read the initials: L, F, OS, I. That's meaningless, of course, because you're not reading them in the correct direction (hint: right to left). So what it really should be is F, L, I, OS.

See? Flios. Google it, if you've never heard of the organization, and then ponder what this might mean for all of us.

And that's just the tiniest tip of the iceberg. It's the point on the tip. Most of you are probably better off not knowing any more.
 
2013-03-21 12:00:47 PM
How long do these people thinks it takes to fill out a bracket? I did it in half an hour.
 
2013-03-21 12:01:39 PM
Weren't we just having this discussion in the thread about Ailes and Obama?
 
2013-03-21 12:01:59 PM
This is a repeat from 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009.
 
2013-03-21 12:02:20 PM
I don't think anyone would be able to complete a March Madness bracket if they had to get a majority of both Houses of Congress to agree to it.
 
2013-03-21 12:02:22 PM
Lindsay Graham's punchability index is... infinity.
 
2013-03-21 12:02:25 PM
Something something something......... so someone is automatically president.
 
2013-03-21 12:03:09 PM
Last time I checked, there was no way for the GOP to filibuster the president's bracket choices. Maybe that's why he gets it done on time every year.
 
2013-03-21 12:03:26 PM
Obama picks teams like this

Republicans pick teams like this

Either way, March Madness is a boring distraction at best.
 
2013-03-21 12:04:00 PM
And why did Obama pick the Benghazi Green Devils to win the tournament?
 
2013-03-21 12:04:15 PM
Wanting Obama to propose a budget (which he has) is code for "please propose spending cuts that we the GOP actually want, so we can then call them your idea." Because they're cowards.
 
2013-03-21 12:05:42 PM

NateGrey: How long do these people thinks it takes to fill out a bracket? I did it in half an hour.


After having spent hours in the past I've found that you can be equally successful filling out a bracket in 3 minutes.
 
2013-03-21 12:06:02 PM
"I have no problem with the president doing his brackets. That's fine. He's having fun. He's entitled to have some fun, but usually the way I look at it is you have fun after you do your work. And the president hasn't done his work," said Giuliani, a Republican, on Fox News. "He hasn't done it in years."

Oh, so now fun is a government "entitlement", too, Rudy?

Oh and how them NYC firefighters doing, eh buddy?  Probably great since you worked so hard to make sure they had their health insurance and survivor benefits paid out before you went off to failure in presidental politics. Or is it not considered fun to have your ass handed to you like that?  This guy needs to fade into obscurity.
 
2013-03-21 12:06:17 PM
What is this I don't even
 
2013-03-21 12:06:48 PM

GiantRex: Last time I checked, there was no way for the GOP to filibuster the president's bracket choices. Maybe that's why he gets it done on time every year.


I won't be surprised if one of these twits introduces a bill to allow them to do just that. Hell, it'll probably be their next budget.
 
2013-03-21 12:06:53 PM

crab66: Something something something......... so someone is automatically president and Obama has to something.

 
2013-03-21 12:07:12 PM
Suck my dick.

www.allhatnocattle.net
 
2013-03-21 12:08:28 PM
Wasn't there always an unwritten rule that you don't criticize the President while he/she is overseas?
 
2013-03-21 12:09:15 PM

Pocket Ninja: He makes time to complete his bracket because his bracket is the means by which he communicates with the NSIS. Secret coding throughout the entire form allows him to transmit key information annually to his handlers overseas while simultaneously appearing to be engaged in a most American activity. The translation key is incredibly complex, and works on multiple levels, but as an example from his most current bracket (and I'm really stunned he'd be this brazen; I think he's getting a little overconfident since it's been working so long), look at his final four picks:

Louisville, Florida, Ohio State, Indiana

Now, aside from telling us that the president has shiatty taste in basketball teams, what does this say? Well, the obvious key is to read the initials: L, F, OS, I. That's meaningless, of course, because you're not reading them in the correct direction (hint: right to left). So what it really should be is F, L, I, OS.

See? Flios. Google it, if you've never heard of the organization, and then ponder what this might mean for all of us.

And that's just the tiniest tip of the iceberg. It's the point on the tip. Most of you are probably better off not knowing any more.


F L I OS...

...OLIGARHY.

Good Lord, Obama is creating a FLIOLIGARSHY.
 
2013-03-21 12:09:42 PM
Having not read the article I think it goes something like. The economy is hard to fix because it is a large problem and he has multiple people who disagree with whatever he says the solution is so he can't pass the bills he really needs to. Meanwhile the bracket is a small sheet of paper that can be filled out in under an hour.
 
2013-03-21 12:09:45 PM

NateGrey: How long do these people thinks it takes to fill out a bracket? I did it in half an hour.


Tells me that Republicans are out of touch with the average sports fan.
 
2013-03-21 12:12:09 PM

Shrugging Atlas: Wasn't there always an unwritten rule that you don't criticize the President while he/she is overseas?


Section 4.b clause III, paragraph 7-13 of sub-article 2 of The Conservatristical Principles Doctrines:

"...rules shall be suspended if said sitting President is blah [sic], and furthermore such as..."
 
2013-03-21 12:12:32 PM

Pavia_Resistance: Tells me that Republicans are out of touch


You needed to go no further.
 
2013-03-21 12:12:36 PM

Pocket Ninja: He makes time to complete his bracket because his bracket is the means by which he communicates with the NSIS. Secret coding throughout the entire form allows him to transmit key information annually to his handlers overseas while simultaneously appearing to be engaged in a most American activity. The translation key is incredibly complex, and works on multiple levels, but as an example from his most current bracket (and I'm really stunned he'd be this brazen; I think he's getting a little overconfident since it's been working so long), look at his final four picks:

Louisville, Florida, Ohio State, Indiana

Now, aside from telling us that the president has shiatty taste in basketball teams, what does this say? Well, the obvious key is to read the initials: L, F, OS, I. That's meaningless, of course, because you're not reading them in the correct direction (hint: right to left). So what it really should be is F, L, I, OS.

See? Flios. Google it, if you've never heard of the organization, and then ponder what this might mean for all of us.

And that's just the tiniest tip of the iceberg. It's the point on the tip. Most of you are probably better off not knowing any more.


i.cdn.turner.com
 
2013-03-21 12:12:53 PM

Rapmaster2000: NateGrey: How long do these people thinks it takes to fill out a bracket? I did it in half an hour.

After having spent hours in the past I've found that you can be equally successful filling out a bracket in 3 minutes.


lol I know right. We got a couple people to play the office pool with the line "you dont even have to know anything about college basketball its too unpredictable anyway". ESPN has a great option to import a celebrity bracket.

Pavia_Resistance: NateGrey: How long do these people thinks it takes to fill out a bracket? I did it in half an hour.

Tells me that Republicans are out of touch with the average sports fan.


Exactly, I see them thinking Obama has all his top advisers in an 18 hour brain storming session in the war room.
 
2013-03-21 12:12:57 PM

Shrugging Atlas: Wasn't there always an unwritten rule that you don't criticize the President while he/she is overseas?


U.S. 435 - A president shall not be criticized by any member of the federal government while on foreign soil unless soliciting money for Friends of Hamas or said president is black.
 
2013-03-21 12:13:56 PM
I forget, who is supposed to come up with the federal budget?
 
2013-03-21 12:14:24 PM

coeyagi: [www.allhatnocattle.net image 500x864]


Hell, even better:

In 2013, the House will be in session for a grand total of 126 days. Congress will spend roughly two-thirds of the year not working. In January, Congress will be in session for eight days-which, compared to August where they will be in session for two days, is considered a "full month." June will be Congress' busiest month with 16 whole days of work.

So yes GOP, tell us more about how the President doesn't do anything.
 
2013-03-21 12:17:57 PM
If his braket is somehow analogous to prioritizing which constituional rights he's going to trample on then it's all good, don't worry.

Obama better be thinking about how much he's destroying America at all times; even while he's pooping.
 
2013-03-21 12:18:51 PM
My senator is a farking child. If I did my job as poorly as he does his, 400 more of his constituents would be unemployed
 
2013-03-21 12:19:01 PM

Shrugging Atlas: Wasn't there always an unwritten rule that you don't criticize the President while he/she is overseas?


Rhodes Scholar Sean Hannity in 2001:

Flavia, you know, this is the same Tom Daschle -- you know, we usually -- when a president goes overseas, criticism stops at the border. He gets support from both sides of the aisle. But that wasn't the case with Tom Daschle.

Sean "I'll totally get waterboarded" Hannity in 2013:

Hannity claimed he was grateful for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's presence because "at least there was one adult in the room" and "one adult that understands the nature of -- the battle of -- the conflict between good and evil in our time." Hannity went on to claim that, while the leaders appeared friendly,"there's no way [Netanyahu] doesn't see through this president's b.s."
 
2013-03-21 12:20:45 PM
I heard that Reince Prebius, or however you spell it, was saying that Republican needed to stop freaking out every time Obama does something that almost every other American also does.

He was obviously ignored.
 
2013-03-21 12:20:51 PM
Car_Ramrod:


Children Childish. Goddamn children.childish.

Fixed that for you.
 
2013-03-21 12:21:34 PM
I heard that B'lack HUSSEIN Fartnambla (if that is indeed his real name) even takes time out of his Presidential schedule to fornicate with a woman of color.

Can you imagine Thomas Jefferson ever disrespecting the office of POTUS like that?
 
2013-03-21 12:22:45 PM

Alphax: I heard that Reince Prebius, or however you spell it, was saying that Republican needed to stop freaking out every time Obama does something that almost every other American also does.

He was obviously ignored.


Did he? Need to find that, a Republican being logical is rare.
 
2013-03-21 12:24:43 PM
He was elected to be a celebrity.
 
2013-03-21 12:25:32 PM
And Obama is disrespecting all the Real American values! He doesn't have Western Kentucky, Mississippi State, or Georgia Tech being #1 like are in real life! Typical elitist picking teams from blue states!
 
2013-03-21 12:25:53 PM

Pocket Ninja: Louisville, Florida, Ohio State, Indiana

Now, aside from telling us that the president has shiatty taste in basketball teams,


...I don't see Duke in that Final Four...

/Would you have preferred he picked Notre Dame for their uniforms?
 
2013-03-21 12:28:10 PM
This reminds me of playing poker on my Bberry to kill time during boring and pointless meetings.
 
2013-03-21 12:29:11 PM
the president's budget is never done on time in the same way the red sox never score enough touchdowns to win a game
 
2013-03-21 12:30:05 PM

timujin: I forget, who is supposed to come up with the federal budget?


Constitutionally the House. They have met this, and come up with several budgets that are filled with poison pills and wouldn't pass the Senate.

In general the President is supposed to come up with a roadmap for the budget. The constitution states that he "shall... recommend to [Congress's] consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient."   Obama has done that, but he hasn't given them a budget they can pass either. Mainly because it says Obama on the top.
 
2013-03-21 12:30:38 PM

Philip Francis Queeg: And why did Obama pick the Benghazi Green Devils to win the tournament?


LOL - i seriously just did.
 
2013-03-21 12:31:56 PM
A simple sports bracket can be filled while on the toilet. A good economic fix that impacts millions and millions of people? Not so much.

A republican economic fix however can be done on the toilet. They just need to get a glove first before they fish it out.
 
2013-03-21 12:35:17 PM

Jackson Herring: the president's budget is never done on time in the same way the red sox never score enough touchdowns to win a game


That's hockey, idiot.
 
2013-03-21 12:35:32 PM
Obama picked his bracket but didn't pull the lever to lower gas prices or fix the economy. Why Obamashamalamadingdong why?
 
2013-03-21 12:35:40 PM
Yeah, I haven't gotten my doctorate in education yet, but I did manage to make this tasty sandwich.

Its almost like my priorities are screwed up.
 
2013-03-21 12:36:41 PM

Jackson Herring: the president's budget is never done on time in the same way the red sox never score enough touchdowns to win a game


That's because the tore down the old Boston Garden and now the Sox have to play on ice.
 
2013-03-21 12:38:22 PM

timujin: I forget, who is supposed to come up with the federal budget?


Having been on the receiving end of many a federal budget, my best guess is that they are created by a group of severely retarded cocker spaniels who have all taken the brown acid.
 
2013-03-21 12:39:27 PM

Jackson Herring: the president's budget is never done on time in the same way the red sox never score enough touchdowns to win a game


Because the Red Sox have sucked since 2009, that's why.
 
2013-03-21 12:42:02 PM
I can't believe I just google FLIOS
 
2013-03-21 12:45:37 PM
They think he actually picks the bracket himself? The intern who answers his mail does that.
 
2013-03-21 12:47:17 PM
CSI GOP

Eric: Goddamned 0bummer is filling out March Madness brackets.  Why hasn't he finished the budget yet?

Horatio: The budget should be his main priority, he should be...
*sunglasses*
...slaving away


/YEEAAHHHHHH
 
2013-03-21 12:48:03 PM
Also two other things to take notice of: Obama avoided picking any of the all-white basketball teams...just another example of him pandering to the black community.  He also only picked college teams to win, showing his favoritism toward his ivory tower, elitist, college-educated supporters.
 
2013-03-21 12:53:41 PM

MindStalker: timujin: I forget, who is supposed to come up with the federal budget?

Constitutionally the House. They have met this, and come up with several budgets that are filled with poison pills and wouldn't pass the Senate.

In general the President is supposed to come up with a roadmap for the budget. The constitution states that he "shall... recommend to [Congress's] consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient." Obama has done that, but he hasn't given them a budget they can pass either. Mainly because it says Obama on the top.


So if I understand this correctly, it's the Senate that is holding up the process?  I mean, if they don't like what's in the budget, they could always pass it up to Obama and let him deal with it.  Maybe then he wouldn't have so much time to spend on brackets and Lindsey Graham could spend less time whining and more time washing the sand out of his vajayjay.
 
2013-03-21 01:02:16 PM

Jackson Herring: the president's budget is never done on time in the same way the red sox never score enough touchdowns to win a game


I watch so little of my entertainment in the form of sports that it took me several minutes to get the joke.
 
2013-03-21 01:04:50 PM

timujin: MindStalker: timujin: I forget, who is supposed to come up with the federal budget?

Constitutionally the House. They have met this, and come up with several budgets that are filled with poison pills and wouldn't pass the Senate.

In general the President is supposed to come up with a roadmap for the budget. The constitution states that he "shall... recommend to [Congress's] consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient." Obama has done that, but he hasn't given them a budget they can pass either. Mainly because it says Obama on the top.

So if I understand this correctly, it's the Senate that is holding up the process?  I mean, if they don't like what's in the budget, they could always pass it up to Obama and let him deal with it.  Maybe then he wouldn't have so much time to spend on brackets and Lindsey Graham could spend less time whining and more time washing the sand out of his vajayjay.


It would get fillibustered by Republicans, even if it came out of the Republican controlled house. I.forget who it was, but there was a Republican Senator who either fillibustered or at least voted against his own bill.
 
2013-03-21 01:07:04 PM

Philip Francis Queeg: And why did Obama pick the Benghazi Green Devils to win the tournament?


He heard they really murder their opponents
 
2013-03-21 01:09:00 PM
The Dow is right back to where Bush crashed the Economy, unemployment is low... so why does it need fixing?
 
2013-03-21 01:10:03 PM

George Walker Bush: He was elected tapped to be a celebrity.


FTFY
 
2013-03-21 01:11:14 PM
If the daily show weren't on vacation, I would bet money we would see some of their jokes on this topic lifted from this thread.

/good job everyone, this thread was an enjoyable read.
/c'est ne pas bookmarque
 
2013-03-21 01:12:31 PM
Uh....  

1) That he isn't in charge of the economy (true) and doesn't have the authority or power to overturn a decade of financial inertia (idiot Keynesian economists)
2)  He practices contextual judgement and recognizes relative worth (a good thing).

He wan't my pick for president, but Jeez.  How about some understanding of reality before deciding to get righteously pissy about it?

"Imperial."  I do not think that means that you think it means.
 
2013-03-21 01:18:35 PM

Almet: timujin: MindStalker: timujin: I forget, who is supposed to come up with the federal budget?

Constitutionally the House. They have met this, and come up with several budgets that are filled with poison pills and wouldn't pass the Senate.

In general the President is supposed to come up with a roadmap for the budget. The constitution states that he "shall... recommend to [Congress's] consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient." Obama has done that, but he hasn't given them a budget they can pass either. Mainly because it says Obama on the top.

So if I understand this correctly, it's the Senate that is holding up the process?  I mean, if they don't like what's in the budget, they could always pass it up to Obama and let him deal with it.  Maybe then he wouldn't have so much time to spend on brackets and Lindsey Graham could spend less time whining and more time washing the sand out of his vajayjay.

It would get fillibustered by Republicans, even if it came out of the Republican controlled house. I.forget who it was, but there was a Republican Senator who either fillibustered or at least voted against his own bill.


Yeah, I remember that, though I believe he was tricked into submitting it.  It was quite humorous.  My point, though, is that Graham is a whiny biatch who is complaining about the very thing he himself is doing.
 
2013-03-21 01:20:16 PM

Shrugging Atlas: Wasn't there always an unwritten rule that you don't criticize the President while he/she is overseas?


I recall it being treasonous at one point to even level ANY criticism against the President. Then SOMEthing changed.

/can't put my finger on WHAT, though...
 
2013-03-21 01:26:21 PM

GiantRex: Last time I checked, there was no way for the GOP to filibuster the president's bracket choices. Maybe that's why he gets it done on time every year.


Don't worry, I hear Boehner is looking to introduce new legislation that will take care of the pesky inability of not being able to block the President's bracket picks.
 
2013-03-21 01:31:09 PM

Surool: The Dow is right back to where Bush crashed the Economy, unemployment is low... so why does it need fixing?


You just answered your own question. Republican 'fixing' means that they want to crash the economy again and screw the lower classes.
 
2013-03-21 01:32:51 PM

Empty Matchbook: Shrugging Atlas: Wasn't there always an unwritten rule that you don't criticize the President while he/she is overseas?

I recall it being treasonous at one point to even level ANY criticism against the President. Then SOMEthing changed.

/can't put my finger on WHAT, though...


If you're against the president, you're against the troops.
 
2013-03-21 01:35:10 PM
Just stopping by to state that Politico is shiat
 
2013-03-21 01:42:22 PM

Pocket Ninja: See? Flios. Google it


I already have Verizon FLIOS.  Checkmate, Obama.
 
2013-03-21 01:43:11 PM
ts3.mm.bing.net

/Subby for the fail!
 
2013-03-21 01:44:04 PM

RedPhoenix122: Empty Matchbook: Shrugging Atlas: Wasn't there always an unwritten rule that you don't criticize the President while he/she is overseas?

I recall it being treasonous at one point to even level ANY criticism against the President. Then SOMEthing changed.

/can't put my finger on WHAT, though...

If you're against the president, you're against the troops.


If you don't like it, you can get the................hellllllout.
 
2013-03-21 01:51:09 PM
Now watch this drive.
 
2013-03-21 01:52:09 PM
....Giuliani, a Republican, on Fox News. "He hasn't done it in years. He hasn't proposed a budget that's serious since he's been president. As Lindsey pointed out, he can't even get a Democrat to vote for one of his budgets."

O RLY?  I wonder how true this *really* is.
 
2013-03-21 01:53:51 PM

xanadian: ....Giuliani, a Republican, on Fox News. "He hasn't done it in years. He hasn't proposed a budget that's serious since he's been president. As Lindsey pointed out, he can't even get a Democrat to vote for one of his budgets."

O RLY?  I wonder how true this *really* is.


I'm sure the number is between 9 and 11.
 
2013-03-21 02:09:33 PM

NateGrey: How long do these people thinks it takes to fill out a bracket? I did it in half an hour.


i think the real question is, how long do these people thinks it takes to fix the economy?
 
2013-03-21 02:10:55 PM

Ambivalence: NateGrey: How long do these people thinks it takes to fill out a bracket? I did it in half an hour.

i think the real question is, how long do these people thinks it takes to fix the economy?


According to them, less time than it did to break it.
 
2013-03-21 02:11:43 PM

timujin: Almet: timujin: MindStalker: timujin: I forget, who is supposed to come up with the federal budget?

Constitutionally the House. They have met this, and come up with several budgets that are filled with poison pills and wouldn't pass the Senate.

In general the President is supposed to come up with a roadmap for the budget. The constitution states that he "shall... recommend to [Congress's] consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient." Obama has done that, but he hasn't given them a budget they can pass either. Mainly because it says Obama on the top.

So if I understand this correctly, it's the Senate that is holding up the process?  I mean, if they don't like what's in the budget, they could always pass it up to Obama and let him deal with it.  Maybe then he wouldn't have so much time to spend on brackets and Lindsey Graham could spend less time whining and more time washing the sand out of his vajayjay.

It would get fillibustered by Republicans, even if it came out of the Republican controlled house. I.forget who it was, but there was a Republican Senator who either fillibustered or at least voted against his own bill.

Yeah, I remember that, though I believe he was tricked into submitting it.  It was quite humorous.  My point, though, is that Graham is a whiny biatch who is complaining about the very thing he himself is doing.


It was Mitch McConnell. He submitted a bill to vote thinking the Democrats would never vote for it. They said "OK, we'll vote for it" and he then had to filibuster his own submission to avoid bringing it to a vote.. Classic.
 
2013-03-21 02:15:36 PM

RedPhoenix122: Surool: The Dow is right back to where Bush crashed the Economy, unemployment is low... so why does it need fixing?

You just answered your own question. Republican 'fixing' means that they want to crash the economy again and screw the lower classes.


My question is less an actual question and more a challenge to all the subbys following the republican policy of denial. They must keep insisting there is something wrong with the economy regardless of the truth. Clearly, there is nothing wrong with it. My theory is this is just setting up 2016... so they can point to the unsubstantiated claims of failure to recover from Bush's disaster. "Look at all the reality-free claims I've been making since 2009! The Democrats just can't handle the economy!"
 
2013-03-21 03:07:19 PM
imageshack.us
 
2013-03-21 03:17:02 PM
Every single "GOP complains about Obama _______________ " thread should just be this one picture.   Would save a lot of time.

lalayu.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-03-21 03:57:20 PM
time to complete a March Madness bracket, but not fix the economy?

Because really, they take about the same amount of time, what with the Republicans breaking your pencil after each bracket entry is written.
 
2013-03-21 03:59:11 PM
This is certainly the issue that will bring independents back into the fold.
 
2013-03-21 04:08:02 PM

Hyjamon: If the daily show weren't on vacation, I would bet money we would see some of their jokes on this topic lifted from this thread.

/good job everyone, this thread was an enjoyable read.
/c'est ne pas bookmarque


It's just a coincidence, pal.  There are a finite number of jokes that can be made about a thing, and there are a lot of people on here.
 
2013-03-21 04:17:49 PM

lilbjorn: time to complete a March Madness bracket, but not fix the economy?

Because really, they take about the same amount of time, what with the Republicans breaking your pencil after each bracket entry is written.


It doesn't take any time at all to write down "tax breaks for job creators, cut funding that might help blah people." Obummer is just dragging his feet because he hates the American people.
 
2013-03-21 04:28:08 PM

Pocket Ninja: He makes time to complete his bracket because his bracket is the means by which he communicates with the NSIS. Secret coding throughout the entire form allows him to transmit key information annually to his handlers overseas while simultaneously appearing to be engaged in a most American activity. The translation key is incredibly complex, and works on multiple levels, but as an example from his most current bracket (and I'm really stunned he'd be this brazen; I think he's getting a little overconfident since it's been working so long), look at his final four picks:

Louisville, Florida, Ohio State, Indiana

Now, aside from telling us that the president has shiatty taste in basketball teams, what does this say? Well, the obvious key is to read the initials: L, F, OS, I. That's meaningless, of course, because you're not reading them in the correct direction (hint: right to left). So what it really should be is F, L, I, OS.

See? Flios. Google it, if you've never heard of the organization, and then ponder what this might mean for all of us.

And that's just the tiniest tip of the iceberg. It's the point on the tip. Most of you are probably better off not knowing any more.


Gold. Just gold.
 
2013-03-21 05:35:38 PM

SoupJohnB: This reminds me of playing poker on my Bberry to kill time during boring and pointless meetings.


You DO realize that everyone knows that you are doing this, and thinks you are a douche, right?
 
2013-03-21 10:04:13 PM
Aroooooooooooooooooooooogula.
 
2013-03-22 04:43:44 AM

Pocket Ninja: He makes time to complete his bracket because his bracket is the means by which he communicates with the NSIS. Secret coding throughout the entire form allows him to transmit key information annually to his handlers overseas while simultaneously appearing to be engaged in a most American activity. The translation key is incredibly complex, and works on multiple levels, but as an example from his most current bracket (and I'm really stunned he'd be this brazen; I think he's getting a little overconfident since it's been working so long), look at his final four picks:

Louisville, Florida, Ohio State, Indiana

Now, aside from telling us that the president has shiatty taste in basketball teams, what does this say? Well, the obvious key is to read the initials: L, F, OS, I. That's meaningless, of course, because you're not reading them in the correct direction (hint: right to left). So what it really should be is F, L, I, OS.

See? Flios. Google it, if you've never heard of the organization, and then ponder what this might mean for all of us.

And that's just the tiniest tip of the iceberg. It's the point on the tip. Most of you are probably better off not knowing any more.


post of the year
 
2013-03-22 09:49:07 AM
I'm ok with this.  At least it doesn't waste a million or so tax payer dollars to go golf with Tiger Woods.  They should be applauding his frugal hobby.
 
2013-03-22 12:40:20 PM
I would say it means that it takes a lot less time to fill out a sports bracket than it does to fix the US economy.
 
2013-03-22 02:20:16 PM
The House GOP released a Web video hitting Obama on the issue. In it, the House GOP states, "The president's brackets are always on time. His budgets? Not so much."

So uhm...they take time away from working to put out a web video about Obama not working to make a bracket?

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/Benghazi
 
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