Posts Tagged ‘Mistake’

Wonder what you would find if you frisked President Obama’s trip to Tampa, FL?

Answer: A bow to Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio.

Just great… You would think that this guy would learn from his previous mistakes. Unfortunately for President Obama, this mishap is worse than his previous ones, because Mayor Iorio is not a foreign leader.

❓ I wonder what was on the ground this time, haha.

Props to Weasel Zippers for this one.


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Wonder what you would find if you frisked the latest Suffolk poll?

Answer: Scott Brown (R) has taken the lead in the Massachusetts special Senate election!

The stars are starting to align:

Riding a wave of opposition to Democratic health-care reform, GOP upstart Scott Brown is leading in the U.S. Senate race, raising the odds of a historic upset that would reverberate all the way to the White House, a new poll shows.

Although Brown’s 4-point lead over Democrat Martha Coakley is within the Suffolk University/7News survey’s margin of error, the underdog’s position at the top of the results stunned even pollster David Paleologos.


Paleologos said bellwether models show high numbers of independent voters turning out on election day, which benefits Brown, who has 65 percent of that bloc compared to Coakley’s 30 percent. Kennedy earns just 3 percent of the independent vote, and 1 percent are undecided.

Given the 4.4-point margin of error, the poll shows Coakley could win the race, Paleologos said. But if Brown’s momentum holds, he is poised to succeed the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy – and to halt health-care reform, the issue the late senator dubbed “the cause of my life.”

Yet even in the bluest state, it appears Kennedy’s quest for universal health care has fallen out of favor, with 51 percent of voters saying they oppose the “national near-universal health-care package” and 61 percent saying they believe the government cannot afford to pay for it.

Good news for conservatives! Hopefully Scott Brown (R) is able to keep up the momentum! Donate to his campaign by clicking here.

Also, don’t forget about Martha Coakley’s latest gaffes:

Notice something a little odd about the photographs used in this attack advertisement? The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) uses a photograph of the World Trade Center as a symbol of Wall Street greed… Classy Democrats!

Oh yeah! Remember Boston sports fans… Martha Coakley also believed Curt Schilling was a Yankees fan! Oh boy:

This might be one of  the worst campaigns ran with a week to go until the election.

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Robert Gibbs

Wonder what you would find if you frisked the White House’s press room?

Answer: A little hostility.

Although April Ryan’s question didn’t have any real importance compared to all the other major issues facing our nation, she at least held her ground against Robert Gibbs.

Robert Gibbs’ mistake? Well, it probably involved him telling Ms. Ryan to “calm down” and then comparing her to his younger son… Ouch!

Side-Note: I definitely think White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers should be fired. Ms. Rogers cared more about being an ‘important person’ at the dinner party than she did about fulfilling her job responsibilities.  Not to mention some unexpected guests decided to stop by to say “hi” in the process. Tisk, tisk…

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Definitely not this way.

Wonder what you would find if you frisked other world leaders when they introduced themselves to Emperor Akihito of Japan?

Answer: They definitely didn’t do what President Obama did.

Ugh… What an embarrassment.

Lets hope President Obama will use this mistake as a lesson learned, but on the other hand this is the second time this mistake has occurred. I’m not holding my breathe. Liberals ALWAYS find a new way to surprise me – which is not a good thing.

Props to the UConn College Republicans.

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Wonder what you would find if you frisked President Obama’s trip to Asia?

Answer: A bow to Emperor Akihito of Japan.

Oh President Obama… Wth:

How low will the new American president go for the world’s royalty?

This photo will get Democrat President Obama a lot of approving nods in Japan this weekend, especially among the older generation of Japanese who still pay attention to the royal family living in its downtown castle. Very low bows like this are a sign of great respect and deference to a superior.

To some in the United States, however, an upright handshake might have looked better. Remember Michelle Obama casually patting Britain’s Queen Elizabeth on the back during their Buckingham Palace visit? America’s royalty tends to make movies and get bad reviews and lots of money as a sign of respect.

Obama could receive some frowns back home as he did for his not-quite-this-low-or-maybe-about-the-same-bow to the Saudi king not so long ago.


Remember this?


If you want to watch the Obama bow, click here.

Saudi King Abdullah received a bow and now Emperor Akihito got his – tisk, tisk. I wonder what lame excuse the White House will make this time to try and downplay Obama’s second bow mishap, haha.

Reminder to the Obama Administration:

American Presidents do not bow to royalty.  In fact, heads of state do not bow or genuflect to each other in the normal course of diplomacy.  At least, they didn’t until this amateur came into office and failed to learn from the first time he did it.

Well said Mr. Morrissey.

Remember when the New York Times blasted Bill Clinton when he almost did the same thing?:

“IF I see another king, I think I shall bite him,” Teddy Roosevelt once growled. Offered that opportunity with the Japanese equivalent last week, Bill Clinton turned out to have had quite something else in mind.

It wasn’t a bow, exactly. But Mr. Clinton came close. He inclined his head and shoulders forward, he pressed his hands together. It lasted no longer than a snapshot, but the image on the South Lawn was indelible: an obsequent President, and the Emperor of Japan.

Maybe Obama will FINALLY learn his lesson, but I doubt it… Apparently, he enjoys making the same mistake twice. Classic.

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