Friday, August 05, 2011


Totally unable to speak without his teleprompter and fearful of saying anything, our brain-damaged Obama chose to remain silent for an awfully  awkward long time - unable to rise to the occasion and Ad Lib anything to deal with the situation.

President Obama took to the podium today to talk to Americans about the White House’s initiatives to help veterans get back into the work force and what the government is doing to encourage a health economy. But before he dove into the details, the President stood at his podium for a good minute or so in silence, interrupting only to let the audience know that he was “just waiting, here.”

The President didn’t quite specify what he was waiting for as he stared out into the audience for the minute, though a number of things could have been delaying his cue– television cameras getting in order, his teleprompter loading up or simply a scheduling technicality.

Either way, by the time a minute went by of the audience waiting expectantly for the President to say something, a man in the audience took matters into his own hands and shouted “awkward!” at the President.

A few seconds later, President Obama began his speech without incident. We’re still awaiting confirmation on what exactly happened during the speech but, either way, it made for an awkward TV moment for anyone watching at home.

And sent shivers down the spines of those who now realize this is the "puppet" who is running the country - into total and historical ruin with a downgrade of our credit status from AAA (since 1917) to AA+ on Obama's watch

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