Friday, August 24, 2012

Presidential Campaign Sports Analogy Friday


“It is very rare that I come to an event where I’m like the fifth or sixth most filthy rich person,” Romney joked while addressing a group of current and former Wall Street bankers.

MITT ROMNEY CAMPAIGN SHOCKER!
“I can’t resist a polo analogy. We are in the final chukkas. We’re up by a few goals but the other side is coming strong and they have been known to hook your pony from behind with their mallet. We’ve got a few Thoroughbred mounts on our team with painful laminitis and I believe that they’ve got one last run in them. I’d say there’s about seven minutes to go in the game ... if you’ve got a little bit of a lead and there’s about seven minutes, that’s when you adjust your posture in the saddle,  pull on the reigns and become victorious in a gentlemanly fashion.”

Haha! OK, that didn't really happen, but can the imagine the mainstream media's joy if it had?
Here is what really happened..

“It is very rare that I come to an event where I’m like the fifth or sixth most interesting person,” Obama joked while addressing a group of 120 current and former NBA stars.

Hmmm, narcissist much? Wasn't the Elephant Man also the most interesting person in the room during his lifetime?

BARACK OBAMA (picture him with Erkel shorts up to his armpits and headband above the Dumbo ears): 
“I can’t resist a basketball analogy.We are in the fourth quarter. We’re up by a few points but the other side is coming strong and they play a little dirty. We’ve got a few folks on our team in foul trouble. We’ve got a couple of injuries and I believe that they’ve got one last run in them. I’d say there’s about seven minutes to go in the game ... if you’ve got a little bit of a lead and there’s about seven minutes, that’s when you put them away.”


What Obama doesn't say in his analogy is that the refs in this game are the mainstream media, and he is getting the benefit of every call.

THIS JUST IN: New polling shows the president has a substantial lead among current and former NBA basketball players. He also continues to receive strong support with the tatted up drug, crime and ghetto thug culture.

3 comments:

The Born Again American said...

I hate basketball almost as much as I hate Obama...

DaBlade said...

I hear ya! I haven't watched an NBA game in several years (nor a live obama press conference - when he used to give them).

DaBlade said...

I hear ya! I haven't watched an NBA game in several years (nor a live obama press conference - when he used to give them).