Even the President of the United States can get "locked out" of his home once in a while.
The President returned early from a five-day trip to Latin America, and you can see he had a bit of trouble opening the French doors leading to the Oval Office.
http://nation.foxnews.com/politics/2011 … n_20110325
Gee, can't seem to remember the last time this happened, LOL.
To be fair, it was also pretty funny when it happened to Bush 43
Might be funny no matter which President it was, but I sure couldn't help my brief hope that Congress had decided to bar Obama from the White House altogether. That would've been SO awesome! Turning the tables on the man who concocted the health-care monstrosity behind closed doors with his minions. And on those Democrats who've flown the coop yet still are allowed to remain in Office.
"Gee, can't seem to remember the last time this happened, LOL."
Probably this time.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHjIb6tr … re=related
It did happen to Bush, but, Bush took it in stied.
LOL. This isn't the first time Obummer did something like this. One time he tried to get into the Oval Office by going thru a window. LOL! LOL! I guess the lame stream media didn't broadcast this.
Yeah. I betcha very few people saw this "genius" Obama trying to get into an occupied porta potty. LOL!
Well it's good to know that Fox News makes a point of reporting on these very irrelevant details. I'll look forward to hearing of it the next time his shoelace is untied and he suffers a half-stumble. I'm sure Fox viewers will demand a video.
I kind of expected all doors to magically open for Shiny, him being a demi-god and all.
I'll expect a statement from him on this just as soon as the speech writers can get it on the teleprompter.
If only there had been a "pink slip" taped to the doors...and Security had walked him to the front of the building. Now that...that would have been really funny
Here's a lovely paragraph:
http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/201 … d_out.html
Your source makes no mention of the fact that only 2 Republicans (Paul and Barbour) have consistently opposed the Libyan intervention. Newt has been on all sides of the issue, depending on which way the wind is blowing. Other Repubs either have been silent or flip-flopping along with Newt.
I agree w/the LA Times:
"Both parties are divided over the military campaign in Libya, but the leading voices in both parties are interventionists. One party favors intervention reluctantly, seeks international support and tries to narrow its goals — often to its own discomfort. The other favors intervention more enthusiastically, disdains international support and is quicker to endorse the goal of regime change."
http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/com … 264.column
If Repub presidential candidates hope to make political inroads with the all important independent voters with this nay-saying obstructionism, well, I for one, am not impressed.
WOW! And you all get all defensive about calling Bachmann the Dufus-In-Chief.
You are thin skinned when it comes to your own, but horribly vicious when it comes to Obama.
Just thought you should know.
If that is what passes for either news or humor we are farther into the Idiocracy than I imagined.
This thread is a fail.
He is lucky that there were no Cambridge Massachusetts police around. He may have been arrested. LOL
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