Like George W. Bush, maybe English is Barack Obama’s second language as well?
President Barack Obama was at it again with more sports gaffes. The Hoopster in Chief and so-called biggest NBA fan managed to mangle the praising of the newly crowned NBA champs. Obama referred to the champs as the “Miami Heats”. Oops, sounds a bit like GWB and the “Internets”. The MSM was all too quick to pounce on that misspeak and brandish GWB a stumbling boob, but not when it comes to Obama. Of course it was an “apparent” slip if the tongue by the bias, liberal media all too ready to defend their Obamamessiah. As Jamie Wearing Fool opines, why cant the MSM just call it for what it was? However, when your all in and in the tank for a President, what else is a liberal media complex to do?
Unfazed by a partisan spat sparked by his comment on former Red Sox player Kevin Youkilis, President Obama tonight again opined on a professional sports team, publicly praising the NBA champion Miami Heat at a campaign fundraiser in the city.
The only problem this time was that Obama mispronounced the name of the team – referring to it as the “Miami Heats” in an apparent slip of the tongue.
At the top of his remarks at the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami Beach, Obama said his public recognition of dignitaries and special guests would be “incomplete if I did not congratulate the city of Miami for having the world champion Miami Heats here in town.”
I guess Obama made an apparent slip of the tongue here too (VIDEO) when he said that he did not have the power by executive order to change illegal immigration policy as well?
It was just a couple of days ago when Obama found himself in hot water, or a hot bowl of New England clam chowdah, when he made the foolish comments at a Boston, MA fundraiser thanking the Red Sox fan favorite for Kevin Youkilis. The Yookster was traded to the White Sox, compelling Obama to say … I guess he is going to have to change his socks. Obama received a round of boos from the crowd. Even though White House Press Secretary tried to deny what your ears heard and say they were saying “YOOOK”. Sure they were [eye roll].