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Posted on 08/29/2010 7:05:31 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
Its a goofy picture that does not reflect poorly on his competence as president.
The Associated Press caption is boring: President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama walk through a rainy Columbia Parc Development in New Orleans, Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010, on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
But it does make him look goofy.
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When does the money fall out?
So...he can’t even figure how to get the umbrella from one side of the gate to the other?!?!
“What do I do now, honey?”
Mary Poppins and Michelle Obama take cover from the rain.
Quick cover me up barry...before the wicked witch starts to melt....
Sh*t I’m stuck, someone ask my teleprompter what the hell do here, we need to go eat food from the Gulf stat!
THAT is the leader of the Free World folks!
An old Muslim custom. Never let the umbrella pass under the gate.
The Secret Service had to help him negotiate the complicated situation of passing through a gate with an umbrella, Michelle looked tense for awhile, she didn’t understand the process, but the Secret Service bought them ice cream afterward, and the Obamas soon forgot about the incident.
Rain, rain go away. MO and BO wanna play.
Michelle has that look on her face that says - “What you talkin’ bout Willis?”
seriously... this is the dumbest man to ever be president, he makes Carter look like a scholar by comparison.
caption: “ Obama goes to new Orleans to make the case supporting drug testing for those in important positions “
After looking at the photo closely, you win.
Door knobs are more useful.
Michelle...”The sky is falling”.
Bo.........”I got it”.
Dang this George Bush umbrella!
caption, “Obama is on the fence about change to marxism”
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