May 3, 2009

"As the Obamas walked behind shrubbery and out of sight, the unscripted moment left reporters guessing where they were going."

"To the vegetable garden? The basketball court? No final word, but they eventually came back the same way from where they started, rounding out their 8-minute walk."

41 comments:

ElcubanitoKC said...

And chairman Mao swam

MC said...

The debasement of journalism for the benefit of liberals continues at record pace.

ElcubanitoKC said...

What did the protester chant outside the restaurant?

Probably something that annoyed the reporters enraptured by the Messiah's (PBUH) very human act of eating (granted, at a "posh" Georgetown restaurant)

JAL said...

Didja hear? Didja hear?

The Obamas went out for dinner Friday night at a pricey spot for dinner!

Oh. Wow!

It makes the NEWS. It is NEWS.

Oh look! Didja see? the Obamas went for a walk!

It is NEWS.

You know, he uses the bathroom a couple times a day!

Didja know?

Lem said...

As Neo flew above the clouds and out of sight, the unscripted moment left reporters guessing where he was going.
To visit with Chavez? A secret meting with Castro? No final word, but he eventually came back the same way from where he started, rounding out his 8-minute flight.

Maguro said...

*Sigh* Aren't they dreamy?

daredevil-66 said...

When I read crap like this I wonder if the writers even care how in the tank they look? I am not sure I have ever read anything as gooey in the first week of any republicans honeymoon.

Bushman of the Kohlrabi said...

But do they always close the bathroom door when they take a whiz? Inquiring minds need to know!

blake said...

Ahhh. New love. Mushy. Fawning. Often perplexing to outsiders.

Oh, and then there's Althouse/Meade.

blake said...

Wait. Unscripted moment?

So the guy admits that basically he's covering an entirely scripted event as news?

Really?

Peter V. Bella said...

Journalism. Lameness.

Journalism is lame.

MC said...

Yeah, I love the fact that it specifically mentions that it was an unscripted moment. As opposed to all those scripted walks they take together?

Heheheh. News flash - Obama caught in unscripted walk! Presidential teleprompter voices grave concern.

hdhouse said...

Nice to have a President who can walk and talk at the same time.

ElcubanitoKC said...

hdhouse said...
Nice to have a President who can walk and talk at the same time.

9:45 PM
.

Jealous?

Palladian said...

The Obamas were startled to find someone else lurking in the shrubbery.

Palladian said...

"Nice to have a President who can walk and talk at the same time."

Nice to have a comment like that from a man who can do neither, together nor separately.

Palladian said...

"As the Obamas walked behind shrubbery and out of sight, the unscripted moment left reporters guessing where they were going. To the vegetable garden? The basketball court? No final word, but they eventually came back the same way from where they started, rounding out their 8-minute walk."

Only eight minutes, eh? Cause it takes Michelle 6 minutes to do up all the straps.

Palladian said...

AP reporter Christine Simmons' previous job was writing for Tiger Beat.

Do you think her panties got damp thinking about Michelle and Barack in the vegetable garden?

Palladian said...

I think Barack and Michelle did visit the vegetable garden after all. They wanted to have a word with Joe Biden who was there visiting relatives.

Peter V. Bella said...

BO got a BJ.

Peter V. Bella said...

"Nice to have a President who can walk and talk at the same time."


Unlike FDR.

Patm said...

"Nice to have a President who can walk and talk at the same time."

Your hate and how fully it owns you is just sad.

You should work on that. It's gonna eat you alive.

Dust Bunny Queen said...

"one of their first date nights". Could the media be any more lame, juvenile and just plain stupid? I doubt it.

A DATE NIGHT!!!??!! WTF? Are we supposed to be melting inside? How cute. The Obamas are still having 'dates'. I don't recall any gushing over the Bush's; who I assume were also able to walk and and chew gum around the White House grounds.

'scuse me while I barf.

paul a'barge said...

was she wearing her $520 sneakers?

Joe said...

"We are looking for a shrubbery..."

Joe said...
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Joe said...

"Even those who arrange and design shrubberies are under considerable economic stress at this period in history."

Freeman Hunt said...

"Once inside the White House, after date night's conclusion, interested reporters were invited to pay one dollar for admittance to the men's room where, once all were assembled, President Obama emerged from the end stall, victoriously displaying a polka-dotted pair of Michelle Obama's panties, indisputable proof of date night's success."

blake said...

lol @ Freem

Richard said...

President Obama, what is your perfect Sunday?

hdhouse said...

Hey I just said it was nice to have a president who can walk and talk at the same time.

Are your little snarks meant to assume that I was referencing GWB?
How paranoid are you?

Dark Eden said...

I would think even liberals would start getting sick of this level of media bias... at this point the MSM is worse than Pravda. They were facing severe punishment for not doing what they did, these guys are willing. How can anyone condone this?

MadisonMan said...

This is not news.

hdhouse, I did chuckle at your comment, I'm not sure why others didn't, but I saw Ford in it, because he was a President whom I could see strolling in the Garden with his wife (and falling down).

MadisonMan said...

Clinton, walking in a garden with Hillary? Hell no.

GW Bush? I don't think so -- Laura would be spending too much time looking at the flowers and plucking errants weeds, and GW would be itching to move on.

GHW Bush? More likely than his son. But only because Barbara makes him do it. :)

Reagan? I think he would love to stroll through a garden with Nancy.

Carter? Would Roslyn stroll? I'm not sure. Carter the farmer certainly would.

ElcubanitoKC said...

No, hdhouse, I still think we all took it as nostalgia for the times when you were able to do both. Because you were at some point. Right?

Pogo said...

MICHELLE: I want... a shrubbery!
[dramatic chord]
BARACK: A what?
MICHELLE: Nee! Nee!
BARACK: Oh, ow! Please, please! No more! I shall find a shrubbery.
MICHELLE: You must return here with a shrubbery or else you will never pass through this bush again, if you catch my drift!
BARACK: O Michelle of Toned Arms, you are just and fair, and I will return with a shrubbery.
MICHELLE: One that looks nice.
BARACK: Of course.
MICHELLE: And not too expensive.
BARACK: Yes.
MICHELLE: Now... go!

Paul Zrimsek said...

What troubled times are these, when Washington politicians can say "Ni" at will to senior bondholders of car companies.

veni vidi vici said...

"Some enchanted evening..."

Jeremy said...

GOSH...if only it was Ann and Meade.

Blow lunch.

Jeremy said...

Ann is intriqued byt the Obama's taking a walk.

The American public, including Republicans, have other metters on tehitr minds:

Rasmussen poll:

Just 21% of GOP voters believe Republicans in Congress have done a good job representing their own party’s values, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.

Sixty-nine percent (69%) say congressional Republicans have lost touch with GOP voters throughout the nation. These findings are virtually unchanged from a survey just after Election Day.

Among all voters, 73% say Republicans in Congress have lost touch with the GOP base.

Seventy-two percent (72%) of Republicans say it is more important for the GOP to stand for what it believes in than for the party to work with President Obama. Twenty-two percent (22%) want their party to work with the President more.

Jason said...

Jeremy,

Commit the logical fallacy of argumentum ad populum much?