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(SacBee)   President Obama takes a few hours away from his busy schedule golfing and destroying America to attend the wedding of his personal chef, which is expected to cost taxpayers billions   (sacbee.com) divider line 162
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2014-08-31 01:09:11 PM  
I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.
 
2014-08-31 02:00:50 PM  

b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.


because ?
 
2014-08-31 02:04:43 PM  
Good job, CourteousBama!
 
2014-08-31 02:06:14 PM  
It's an outrage.  Why just this morning I got up and went about my business.
 
2014-08-31 02:07:53 PM  

b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.


Is it unseemly for a U.S. President to attend weddings of people he cares about? If so, is that something GW Bush never did, and why is it unseemly?
 
2014-08-31 02:08:54 PM  
...and I'm probably going to have to get my sarcasm detector repaired, aren't I?
 
2014-08-31 02:09:11 PM  

namatad: b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.

because ?


He's just sympathizing with these guys.
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-08-31 02:09:52 PM  
In other news, Alex Wagner is incredibly hot.
 
2014-08-31 02:10:13 PM  

namatad: b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.

because ?


Maybe he hates New Orleans and pretzels.
 
2014-08-31 02:12:22 PM  

b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.


Ha Ha. Do you really?
 
2014-08-31 02:12:26 PM  
I got up, petted my ornery cat, and logged on to Fark.

I am OUTRAGED at these perfectly ordinary activities.

The federal government is also paying me eleventy billion dollars a second to do it.
 
2014-08-31 02:12:27 PM  
Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.
 
2014-08-31 02:13:38 PM  

TheSopwithTurtle: He's just sympathizing with these guys.


Didn't we get KSM in like 2003?
 
2014-08-31 02:14:14 PM  
And furthermore,

i.imgur.com
 
2014-08-31 02:14:56 PM  

b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.


I too miss the year 2000, when we had a strong economy, nearly ten thousand more Americans, and the population of Iraq was up by nearly 200,000.

Thanks, Dubya!
 
2014-08-31 02:15:04 PM  
Unless he has a way closer relationship than just being the chef, why would you want a sitting President at your wedding?

Sounds like a logistical nightmare.
 
2014-08-31 02:15:10 PM  

b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.


You mean the guy that took more time off than any president before or since?
 
2014-08-31 02:16:04 PM  

Nabb1: Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.


Tryhard...
 
2014-08-31 02:16:14 PM  
The intense criticism of everything Pres. Obama does has become so boring and predictable, it makes him almost immune to legitimate criticism since it gets lost in the noise.
 
2014-08-31 02:17:11 PM  
By having a trusted chef Obama saves the taxpayers the expense of a food taster.

Or does he have one of those as well?
 
2014-08-31 02:18:21 PM  

Nabb1: Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.


lulz
 
2014-08-31 02:19:17 PM  

namatad: b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.

because ?


I'm assuming b2theroy's a terrible shot.

3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-08-31 02:19:48 PM  
media3.giphy.com
 
2014-08-31 02:19:58 PM  

abhorrent1: b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.

You mean the guy that took more time off than any president before or since?


I don't know about that. That George Washington character seems to have been taking it pretty easy for the last 215 years.
 
2014-08-31 02:22:22 PM  

namatad: b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.

because ?


Bush looked better in a bow tie.
 
2014-08-31 02:23:19 PM  
Jesus, I gotta find a way to make money off of outrage.
 
2014-08-31 02:23:29 PM  
And he couldn't find the time to attend U.S. Army Maj. Gen.  Harold J. Greene's  funeral?
(the highest ranking American officer to be killed in the Afghan War)
There are priorities I suppose.
 
2014-08-31 02:23:39 PM  

Nabb1: Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.


And also a vocal group of detractors (ie Republicans) in whose eyes he can do no right.

(Just like Dubya had the Democrats).

That's the biggest problem with our country... Each side is too busy bashing the other and trying to stop the other from doing anything positive, that we're going to the shiatter.
 
2014-08-31 02:24:32 PM  

cig-mkr: And he couldn't find the time to attend U.S. Army Maj. Gen.  Harold J. Greene's  funeral?
(the highest ranking American officer to be killed in the Afghan War)
There are priorities I suppose.


Couldn't find time or wasn't invited?

There are outrages I suppose.
 
2014-08-31 02:25:16 PM  

born_yesterday: Jesus, I gotta find a way to make money off of outrage.


Be a commentator for Fox news?
 
2014-08-31 02:26:33 PM  

Nabb1: Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.


This
but at least on fark he is safe because mainly useless threads such as this one get the green light.
 
2014-08-31 02:29:30 PM  

Brother Head: Nabb1: Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.

And also a vocal group of detractors (ie Republicans) in whose eyes he can do no right.

(Just like Dubya had the Democrats).

That's the biggest problem with our country... Each side is too busy bashing the other and trying to stop the other from doing anything positive, that we're going to the shiatter.


After 9/11, Bush had 90% approval, and his approval ratings stayed high for long enough that he could sell America on the Iraq war.

If a 9/11-scale attack happened on Obama's watch, do you think Republicans would rally behind him?
 
2014-08-31 02:31:00 PM  

born_yesterday: Jesus, I gotta find a way to make money off of outrage.


1. Make a website with comments section
2. ???
3. Profit
 
2014-08-31 02:31:49 PM  
People shouldn't be mad at barry. To say that it's wrong for a sitting President to attend a wedding when one of the people getting married is a host on a news channel would imply msnbc is a news organization and not a propaganda ministry.
 
2014-08-31 02:33:14 PM  

LordJiro: Brother Head: Nabb1: Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.

And also a vocal group of detractors (ie Republicans) in whose eyes he can do no right.

(Just like Dubya had the Democrats).

That's the biggest problem with our country... Each side is too busy bashing the other and trying to stop the other from doing anything positive, that we're going to the shiatter.

After 9/11, Bush had 90% approval, and his approval ratings stayed high for long enough that he could sell America on the Iraq war.

If a 9/11-scale attack happened on Obama's watch, do you think Republicans would rally behind him?


Who cares? That's the kind of crap hard-core partisans bicker about. Bush pissed away all that bipartisan good will. Does it matter?
 
2014-08-31 02:35:18 PM  

LordJiro: Brother Head: Nabb1: Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.

And also a vocal group of detractors (ie Republicans) in whose eyes he can do no right.

(Just like Dubya had the Democrats).

That's the biggest problem with our country... Each side is too busy bashing the other and trying to stop the other from doing anything positive, that we're going to the shiatter.

After 9/11, Bush had 90% approval, and his approval ratings stayed high for long enough that he could sell America on the Iraq war.

If a 9/11-scale attack happened on Obama's watch, do you think Republicans would rally behind him?


So you're saying Republicans are worse than Democrats or just that in race hatred, Black rates higher than Brown?
 
2014-08-31 02:37:01 PM  

b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.


i.chzbgr.com
 
2014-08-31 02:37:37 PM  

b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.


Really? Why would you miss the idiots who got us here? Must not be too bright, or you're just a partisan hack. Anyone who blames Obama without blaming Bush (for the simple fact he started this mess) is clearly an idiot. Not you of course, you just made an error... right? (Heyeah, right.)

I miss Clinton. Things were fairly nice after he somewhat fixed what the father Bush and Reagan did.
 
2014-08-31 02:37:53 PM  

b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.


The last president who had a son became a president.
We'll have 24 years of presidents without sons
 
2014-08-31 02:41:01 PM  

Mantour: b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.

[Ronnie asks do ya miss ME yet?.jpg]


*cat salutes carefully and then angrily throws shoe*
 
2014-08-31 02:43:42 PM  
"Obama, his wife, Michelle, and their daughters, Malia and Sasha, attended the ceremony and reception at the restaurant."

Welp, guess no one got to eat any wedding cake.
 
2014-08-31 02:43:50 PM  
Obama didn't just start not giving a shiat. He never gave a shiat. He never wanted to do the actual job.

He just wanted to be President. Live in the White House, fly around on the big plane, go on fancy vacations, do live shows/teleprompter reading.

Now, he is just shoving it in everyone's face. Because hey, what are you gonna do about it?
 
2014-08-31 02:43:59 PM  

Nabb1: Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.


Much like Obama.
 
2014-08-31 02:44:35 PM  

b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.


Oh, so you're the shoe throwing guy.
 
2014-08-31 02:45:00 PM  

BMFPitt: Unless he has a way closer relationship than just being the chef, why would you want a sitting President at your wedding?

Sounds like a logistical nightmare.


My mother still talks about my cousin's wedding, when the governor came. Never underestimate bragging rights as a motivator.
 
2014-08-31 02:45:31 PM  

barneyfifesbullet: Obama didn't just start not giving a shiat. He never gave a shiat. He never wanted to do the actual job.

He just wanted to be President. Live in the White House, fly around on the big plane, go on fancy vacations, do live shows/teleprompter reading.

Now, he is just shoving it in everyone's face. Because hey, what are you gonna do about it?


Just like every other President.

I guess you'd rather have him in Texas "clearing brush" huh?
 
2014-08-31 02:46:12 PM  

Lee451: Nabb1: Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.

Much like Obama.


And almost exactly like Dubya.
 
2014-08-31 02:46:40 PM  
This is starting off to be the most bat shiat crazy thread of the weekend.
 
2014-08-31 02:47:13 PM  

Stoker: b2theory: I never thought I would say this, I miss George W. Bush.

Really? Why would you miss the idiots who got us here? Must not be too bright, or you're just a partisan hack. Anyone who blames Obama without blaming Bush (for the simple fact he started this mess) is clearly an idiot. Not you of course, you just made an error... right? (Heyeah, right.)

I miss Clinton. Things were fairly nice after he somewhat fixed what the father Bush and Reagan did.


Geez...six years into the Obamanation Presidency and it's STILL "Bush's fault".
 
2014-08-31 02:47:40 PM  
Brother Head

Nabb1: Like Dubya, he has a dwindling but vocal group of supporters in whose eyes he can do no wrong.

And also a vocal group of detractors (ie Republicans) in whose eyes he can do no right.

(Just like Dubya had the Democrats).

===================================================================

Except I recall many libby libturds actually (if not a little begrudgingly) giving ole W praise when he did occasionally do the right thing. Nothing in specific is coming to mind (I think there were some education initiatives that were considered a good idea at the time and some health stuff but it's been awhile) but yeah... credit was given where credit was due.

The neo-cons (and I'm not talking about the sane, rational conservatives many of whom have been forced to vote democrat or abstain so they are lumped in with the lefties by the zealots) will never EVER admit that the 0bamster could possible do anything good or right.

A perfect example is "Obamacare" which was basically a policy swiped directly from THEIR OWN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE!!! These are illogical and unreasonable people. Libs can be dumbasses but there ain't no dumb ass like a neo con dumbass.

So vote republican.
 
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