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    All-Star Game's 1st Pitch

    Man, the more I see this guy, the more annoying he is at everything he does (or attempts to do).

    Our socialist dork of a prez threw out the ceremonial 1st pitch at the All-Star game - while sporting a White Sox jacket and blue jeans that looked like he stole from a hobo. In an attempt to look like a cool brutha from the south side of Chi-town, he resembled the true dork that he is.

    His pitch was LAME. Not even close to making it across the plate - let alone into the strike zone. To top it off, the media held a "tight shot" of his pitch - NOT showing where the pitch actually went - which kinda defeats the purpose. It's like they KNEW he sucks at throwing a ball... go figure.

    Fortunately for him, his teleprompter didn't break this time, and he's not "graded" on his baseball pitching.

    Unfortunately for America, our "leader" is a complete tool - and I'm being nice.

    I bet Sarah Palin could fire a pitch across the plate, and look fine doing it!
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    No Special Olympics comment this time?

    Barack is what we refer to in Memphis as a "Sports ***". Can't throw a ball unless it's through a hoop.
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    I think you guys are being to hard on Mr. Obama. What you need to take into account is that unlike the children in America who grow up around/and playing a great many sports, children born in other countries (and perhaps especially in Kenya) aren't afforded these simple pleasures. This may have been the first time Mr. Obama had even held a baseball--much less threw one!

    Give the guy a little credit for attempting to embrace Americas past time in his adopted homeland! :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewaynelson View Post
    I think you guys are being to hard on Mr. Obama. What you need to take into account is that unlike the children in America who grow up around/and playing a great many sports, children born in other countries (and perhaps especially in Kenya) aren't afforded these simple pleasures. This may have been the first time Mr. Obama had even held a baseball--much less threw one!

    Give the guy a little credit for attempting to embrace Americas past time in his adopted homeland! :(
    Ha! That's a good one - and so true. Pardon my insensitive expactation that any Kenyan could throw an American baseball (even if made in China).

    Good one!
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    I love where this thread has gone......nice post.
    Victory rewards not the army that fires the most rounds, but who is the more accurate shot. ---Unknown

  7. Wearing an ill-fitting White Sox jacket to throw out the first ball in front of 80,000 screameng, slavering St Louis fans makes as much sense as anything he's attempted since becoming p....d... . He couldn't find his a.. with both hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewaynelson View Post
    I think you guys are being to hard on Mr. Obama. What you need to take into account is that unlike the children in America who grow up around/and playing a great many sports, children born in other countries (and perhaps especially in Kenya) aren't afforded these simple pleasures. This may have been the first time Mr. Obama had even held a baseball--much less threw one!

    Give the guy a little credit for attempting to embrace Americas past time in his adopted homeland! :(
    He has held a baseball about as much as he has held an American birth certificate.
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    I heard that when they had him practice the pitch, he kicked the ball!
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewaynelson View Post
    I think you guys are being to hard on Mr. Obama. What you need to take into account is that unlike the children in America who grow up around/and playing a great many sports, children born in other countries (and perhaps especially in Kenya) aren't afforded these simple pleasures. This may have been the first time Mr. Obama had even held a baseball--much less threw one!
    Give the guy a little credit for attempting to embrace Americas past time in his adopted homeland! :(
    Yeah, but he swats flies like a champ!
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    So, Kenyans can't throw baseballs, but they can murder defenseless flying insects without provocation or justification in this country and that's ok?

    A little off topic, but not really - any one ever wonder why we don't see any Lebanese or Palestinian baseball players in this country?! I mean, pitchers or centerfielders... with all the rock throwin' those mugs do, you'd think at least a couple would survive to make the bigs?

    I hope next year they let someone else throw out the 1st pitch - like maybe Hillary... where's she been? Locked in a closet?
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