Thunderous Ovation for GWB & GHWB at World Series Game 4 as “W” Throws a Strike … While Obama Speaks to Half Empty Crowd

 

MISS THEM YET AMERICA … WHAT A MOMENT TONIGHT IN TEXAS.

Father, son and baseball … it does not get any more American than that. Tonight at the MLB World Series in Texas, George W. Bush (43) and George H.W. Bush (41) entered the ballpark to thunderous applause to throw out the first pitch. The crowd kept on cheering. America, remember what it feels like to genuinely feel good about a moment that is not spin or about so-called promises of hope and change?

Check out the fast ball from “W”! I had to chuckle when I heard Nolan Ryan ask the President whether he wanted him behind the plate or not. GWB’s response was, oh yea, that’s fine like of course, what else is there, hahaha.

 

Video Hat Tip: The Gateway Pundit

Who would have thought in less than two years that we would miss GWB? However, Obama’s policies and liberal/socialist agenda have made many long for the days. One thing you never heard for GWB was blaming Clinton for anything, even though we were in the midst of an economic downturn, dot com bubble disaster and corporate scandals following the 8 year of Bill Clinton. Bush never played the blame game.

Remember Barack Hussein Obama’s pathetic first pitches? Who could forget the lameness.

 

On the campaign trail, Obama’s final pre-election rally ended with a thud. I guess one could say, that Obama came “in like  Liar and out like a lamb”.  

Interestingly enough, today Barack Obama spoke to a half empty audience in Ohio. Obama and Biden failed to pack the arena at the event billed as the final one in a series of “Moving America Forward” rallies aimed at ginning up enthusiasm for Democrats. Oops! I guess we can see how enthused Democrats are with Obama in Ohio where unemployment and the economic down turn has devastated Ohioans. I guess we know why Republicans Bob Portman is running away with the Ohio US Senate race and John Kasich is the odds on favorite to become Ohio’s next Governor.

Where have all the people gone Mr. President?

The arena where President Obama and Vice President Biden are making their final appeal to Democrats to get out and vote in Tuesday’s midterm elections was far from capacity Sunday afternoon.

The crowd estimate stands at 8,000 in the arena that seats just over 13,000and a couple thousand empty seats are visible above the stage where Obama and Biden rallied supporters.

The NY Times state run media noticed the lack of presence of individuals but decided to take the company line of lies and spin. By the way, Cleveland State has about an enrollment of 16,000 students, the Cleveland Browns had a bye week so there was no football and Democrats going to church, really?

About 8,000 people attended the Democratic National Committee’s Moving America Forward’ rally at Cleveland State University’sWolstein Center, a hall where the capacity is 13,000. The rafters were largely empty.

Organizers noted the president was competing on a Sunday afternoon with church, football and Halloween.



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  • Comments

    13 Responses to “Thunderous Ovation for GWB & GHWB at World Series Game 4 as “W” Throws a Strike … While Obama Speaks to Half Empty Crowd”

    1. Human on October 31st, 2010 10:19 pm

      Regardless of Obama’s situation, the fact that you think fans cheering for W is a great sign for America speaks volumes. No wonder your blog has no followers. W has the blood of 1 million dead Iraqi’s in his had – he is the perpetrator of a genocide and in supporting and backing him up you are a co-conspirator.
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      SM: Yea brain surgeon, obviously you do not know how to read site meter.

      Genocide, like Saddam Hussein, the person that was taken out in Iraq? The LEFT is beyond cluless. I guess you muct feel the same about Obama bombing villages in Afghanistan with predator drones and killing innocent woman and children? You know, the ones that the MSM no longer covers becuase their hand picked boy is president.

      Have fun Tuesday night, I know I will.
      R

    2. A Texas Grandfather on October 31st, 2010 10:54 pm

      A great throw. Didn’t throw from the pitchers rubber, but certainly threw a strike.

      Looks like Obama could learn more than a few lessons from George. Like throwing a baseball and not whining when his lack of experience gets him in trouble or blaming every difficult thing on Bush.

      I’ll bet most of those that were at the rally in Cleveland were paid union workers who were told to appear.

    3. Greg the Mongoose on November 1st, 2010 4:54 am

      Turn out the lights the party is over.

    4. Thingumbobesquire on November 1st, 2010 6:19 am

      Obama’s Deconstruction
      My question is what happens to Obama’s brain when he goes off his teleprompter? The other day on the Daily Show, Jon Stewart famously joked about his “Heckuva job” remark. “You don’t really want to use that phrase, dude.” Professor Obama then nervously explicated that this had been an intentional pun. In what parallel universe, except Obama’s, does his mealy mouthed defense (in imitation of his equally loathed predecessor) of Larry Summers’ execrable record as a towel boy for Wall Street have even the faintest resemblance to a pun?

    5. Scared Monkeys on November 1st, 2010 7:46 am

      Oh how we are reminded what it looks like for a President to actually know how to throw a baseball.

      As compared to rubber arm Obama, who threw to the LEFT, go figure.
      R

    6. Halleck on November 1st, 2010 12:17 pm

      “MISS THEM YET AMERICA…?”

      no.

    7. Timma on November 1st, 2010 1:38 pm

      Good to know this is how teabaggers and wingnuts decide who is fit to lead the nation…on how they throw a baseball.

      Morans.
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      SM: Good to know that the Kool-aid drinkers think Obama is a leader. Sorry moonbats, even Democrats think Obama is a clown and does not deserve a second term. Get the tissues ready Libs, you are about to be rocked.
      R

    8. libfreak48 on November 1st, 2010 3:11 pm

      I’m glad SOMEONE took the time to comment on this.

      It’s a national embarrassment that Obama can’t throw a baseball, because I know that’s the FIRST thing I look for when I’m voting. And I know that shows just how bad and un-American a President he really is.

      Christ. You people REALLY have nothing better to do than THIS????
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      SM: It does not make Obama un-America that he can’t throw a baseball, it makes him a fraud that people say he is this great athlete. It is a microcasm that the man is a fraud in general. They say he is a great communicator, yet can’t speak when he goes off script and teleprompter.

      Is this all the LEFT has … NO ONE YOU ARE ABOUT TO GET THE A$$ KICKING OF A LIFETIME IN THE 2010 ELECTISON.
      R

    9. Gus on November 1st, 2010 6:29 pm

      Conservatives are so often accused of marching in lockstep, so it’s good to see such divergent opinions on President Bush. When I accuse tea partiers of only being against Democratic spending, I’m assured by whoever I’m arguing with that they were always against Bush’s spending too. I’ve heard people go so far as to call him a big government liberal. I’m glad to hear that some conservatives are happy to defend his abysmal record.
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      SM: I guess every one has not noticed that people like Angle, Rubio, Buck and too many to name in the House elections are fiscal conservative Tea Party trype who beat in the primaries republicans that were establishment spenders. Hmm?
      R

    10. 1773inBoston on November 1st, 2010 10:05 pm

      Shock and Awe! Shock and Awe! Has the world gone mad? How can GWB outdraw the Chosen One? Flee the horror that is about to happen on Tuesday. My advice to all liberals is to grab what you can carry and run for your lives to Canada or Mexico. Don’t look back. Please don’t come back. Hurry! Get out while you can. How can you live in a country that adores someone like Sarah Palin? How can you stand to live in a society that is truly turning back to the American traditions of decency and personal responsiblility? Now go my friends. Go!
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      SM: Its Election Day Tuesday Nov 2 … get prepared for as Gallup called it, we are in uncharted territory.
      R

    11. southernsue on November 2nd, 2010 5:21 am

      i really, really miss president George Bush Jr. i felt safe and i felt he loved our country and it’s people. we know where president bush comes from and we know his family from way back.

      this president barack, we don’t know really who he is, we don’t know his parents or for that matter where is was even born.

      what we do know is that either he is a muslim or likes acting like one and he hates america and it’s people.

    12. super dave on November 2nd, 2010 8:01 am

      #1: stop murdering unborn children in the womb. i do believe your boy obama has our tax dollars paying for abortions overseas and you are directly responsible for these children who were unlucky enough to be at the mercy of you communists bastards.

    13. Gus on November 2nd, 2010 8:29 am

      SM: I guess every one has not noticed that people like Angle, Rubio, Buck and too many to name in the House elections are fiscal conservative Tea Party trype who beat in the primaries republicans that were establishment spenders. Hmm?

      I guess there’s a point there? So is President Bush a good conservative or a big government liberal? If the former, then why did he run up so much debt and help create TARP, and why are these tea partiers assuring me that they were always against his big spending ways? If the latter, why are you feeling so nostalgic for him? Please enlighten.

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