If you have to sacrifice your camera, is that too much to ask?

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President Barack Hussein, April, 2011:

“We are going to have to ask everybody to sacrifice. And if we’re asking community colleges to sacrifice, if we’re asking people who are going to see potentially fewer services in their neighborhoods to make a little sacrifice, then we can ask millionaires and billionaires to make a little sacrifice.”

Obama’s his and her vacations off limits to the press. “Taxpayers are paying good money for their president to play with Tiger,” White House spokesman Jay Carney told FWIW, ” and a camera snapping at the wrong time could ruin all the Messiah’s hard work. He’d just have to come back next week and try it again and then where would the unemployed be? They need this man in Washington, solving things like world peace, a dying economy and meteor strikes, right? He can’t do that from the back nine, so a little sacrifice now is what we like to call an “investment” in the future. Now go away.”

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7 responses to “If you have to sacrifice your camera, is that too much to ask?

  1. Anonymous

    Personally, I’d like lots more days of no Obama sightings. What’s stupid about the ban is the press is adulatory anyway, so you’d think Barack would clamor for shots of his skeet shooting nine iron so he’d get all the praise he’s accustom to receiving. I’d like to know what advice Tiger is giving the prez. How to troll for hot white chicks?

  2. Tawm

    How can you mock our Dear Leader? He needs a break after making so many speeches.

  3. Peg

    What I love about all this is the reaction of the press. No coverage? Ah – the poor man needs his rest and relaxation and privacy.

    Can you only IMAGINE if a Republican president were doing all this? We’d see non-stop coverage about lack of transparecy, playing while the country is going to hell, and so on and so forth. All one need do is look at the utter insanity about Rubio taking a drink during his speech, versus the sycophantic coverage of The One the same night.

    Like a never-ending nightmare from which I do not awaken….

  4. Anonymous

    Here’s a different take on camera coverage from one of Fudrucker’s favorite reads.

    http://www.salon.com/2013/02/15/guerilla_surveillance_camera_destruction_hits_the_u_s/

  5. Anonymous

    That guy shows up and the temp drops by 40 degrees.