UNREAL: Obama’s First Words When He got to G8 Summit, “You’ve got a lot of golf courses here, don’t you?”
What is wrong with this President?
Could Barack Hussein Obama actually show that he is engaged in what he is doing and the situation at hand rather than worrying about his crack-like addition to golf? Obama was in Huntsville to attend the G8 Summit with other world leaders; however, the first thing he was worried about was if they had golf courses. Honestly, what is wrong with this President that he can not just focus on the issue(s) at hand and this addiction to golf? It does not matter whether there is an oil spill in the Gulf, a jobless recovery, out of control spending, record budgets and deficits or a world economy in disarray … for Obama, it’s all about a tee time.
Your “putter” in Chief, Barack Obama
When U.S. President Barack Obama stepped off his helicopter in Huntsville on Friday, the first thing he said was, “You’ve got a lot of golf courses here, don’t you?” Industry Minister Tony Clement told the National Post in an exclusive interview.
“I told him, ‘We would really recommend and love it if you could come back here with Michelle and the kids at some point — we think you’d really love it here,’” Minister Clement said on the sidewalk of Huntsville’s Main Street, in his home riding. “I think I’ve planted a seed in the President’s mind.”
However, Obama probably was not interested in returning, he planned on playing now. One thing is for certain, Obama does not plan to put any moratoriumson golf. In Between thoughts of golf, the G8 Summit leaders and Obama managed to find some common ground and condemnIran, North Korea as “serious threats” to global security. No wonder President Obama’s first comments when arriving for the G8 Summit were about golf, the leaders wanted to discuss the world economy and fiscal restraint. Such things like fiscal restraint, reducing the budget and stopping government spending are 4 letter words to Obama.