Take Obama Out to the Ball Park

6 Apr, 2010  |  Written by  |  under Politics

Before neutering our country’s defenses by outlining when we would and we wouldn’t use nuclear force, Obama threw out the first pitch of the baseball season as the Nationals hosted the Phillies.  The president appears to be a leftist when he throws the baseball as well as being a leftist in politics.

What could go wrong with showing up to throw a pitch and then heading up to the press box to talk to a former major league pitcher who now does color commentary for the National’s games?  When you’re an idiot named Barrack Hussein Obama, plenty can go wrong.  The first thing that went wrong is that, for someone who grew up loving baseball, he throws with such a peculiar motion that it can’t be said that he throws like a girl.  He throws more like a girl than any girl I have seen.

I know when most kids watch sports, including baseball, they tend to emulate their favorite players.  Most little boys that like baseball, grow up wanting to be a pitcher.  Kids copy the way pitchers throw the ball, including the wind-up.  They copy the way a favorite player walks the mound and his mannerisms, including hat tipping, spitting, and even talking to himself.  They especially emulate the way that the person throws the ball.  No one that has ever worn a major league uniform has thrown the ball like Barrack Hussein Obama.

After he left the baseball diamond things got even worse for Obama.  A former pitcher, Rob Dibble, who is now one of the Nationals television personalities, caused our Stammerer In Chief to wish for a teleprompter and a half working brain by asking Obama,

“Who was one of your favorite White Sox players growing up?”

That seems like a simple enough question.  It would be a simple question to anyone who, as Obama even said he did in his answer, watched and was a fan of baseball as a kid.  To this simple question to a man who claims to have been a fan of baseball as a kid and is a White Sox fan today, our Liar In Chief answered,

“You know uh ….. I … I thought that … uh …. you know… The truth is a lot of the Cubs I like too! But, uh … I did not become a Sox fan until I moved to Chicago. Because I uh …. I was growing up in Hawaii so I ended up actually being an Oakland A’s fan.”

The video below gives another chance to see Our Sissy In Chief “throwing” out the first pitch.  The audio that is included is from Obama’s trip to the press booth and includes Obama’s clueless response to Ron Dibble.

Exit Question:  Do you also get the feeling that baseball was not televised much in Kenya?

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