NPR: Barack Obama’s Fat Lip Gives Him “Street Cred,” Scar Will Help Him Stare Down Ahmadinejad, Kim Jong Il or Putin
This is what the Obama foreign policy has come to, “street cred” through a fat lip? Who knew the Obama doctrine was “speak softly and carry a big fat lip.” NPR thinks the President getting punked by an elbow gives his street cred, how out of touch are these libs?
Just three weeks after getting a shellacking in the midterm elections, President Obama got a fat lip.
The president played basketball yesterday with some friends in the gym of the Fort McNair Army Base, and reportedly took an elbow in the mouth from an opposing player who went up for a shot.
It took 12 stitches to close The First Fat Lip, if you please. I’m not sure that Joe Frazier needed 12 stitches after the Thrilla in Manila, though the White House stressed that a smaller filament was used, which increases the number of stitches, but leaves a smaller scar.
As brilliantly stated by Weasel Zippers, “Oh yeah, instead of staring down a sissy, now they’ll be staring down a sissy with a scar…”.How clueless could the LEFT be? It would appear that they know about as much about sports as they do about politics. Trust me having played basketball, getting a fat lip is no badge of honor. I wonder what the doofuses of the LEFT would have said if Obama got his nose broken?
I wonder if having a larger scar wouldn’t actually fortify President Obama’s profile, as he contends with Kim Jong Il, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad or Vladimir Putin. Imagine a president with a gnarly, vivid scar telling the rulers of China, “Nice country ya’ got here. I’d hate to see something happen to it if you didn’t stop foolin’ around with the value of your currency. Know what I mean?”
But an elbow in the chops is a battle ribbon in basketball. Mediocre players don’t have to worry about their dental work. An elbow is given to aggressive players who swing their own sharp limbs to grab a ball or push off a defender, although the White House stressed that the president was elbowed inadvertently.
EXIT QUESTION: Would Obamacare have covered the stitches?