Obama Skeet Shooting Explained

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Disclaimer : The White House has warned that defiling the image of the prophet may lead to rioting in Chicago and Los Angeles.

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14 Responses to Obama Skeet Shooting Explained

  1. Pathway says:

    Expect a visit from the Secret Service for defiling the prophet.

  2. PhilJourdan says:

    How can they tell what leads to rioting since the violence is constant?

  3. LLAP says:

    @Steve: Obama isn’t the prophet; he’s the Messiah (/sarc).

  4. Eric Simpson says:

    Problem is they went with that mushy d_^&o Romney.
    I knew he was bad news. I knew he was the least electable. He negated and / or reversed our position of strength (advantage!) on gay marriage, illegal immigration, and, ultimately, taxation and the economy. And he did the same thing to us on climate change actually (look at the end of his convention speech, Romney came off as just a complete crass loser on the issue; and look how he failed to stand up and say that while Sandy was an unfortunate disaster it wasn’t gwarming related, or at least that O’s cap & trade proposals would sink us). Romney came off as a rich manicured dweeb, the last thing we needed at the time. On abortion, yes, we got hurt bad, and Romney’s wishy-washy double-talking spineless character allowed the Akin type affairs to run rampant over our electoral prospects across the board. A better candidate would have had the wherewithal to keep abortion in the background. Not Romney, this was odd as he had tried so hard to nullify abortion. On guns, and the bible (which bible??), the varmint / “moose” (elk) shooting Romney came off as a lily-fingered joke, and he could not represent those that cling to their guns. An unparalleled disaster was Romney. I think we all knew it. Of course the other choices weren’t good, but they were all better than what we got. We need to keep kicking ourselves in the rear until the cows come home and hell freezes over the idiocy of the Romney choice. No wonder the left campaigned hard against all the “book tour” candidates as: Cain, Newt, Perry, and Santorum. All of them would have been better. I think the Republican debate system has something to do with our failure; it encouraged the horrible book tour candidates to rise, and so kept better alternatives down. Even resurrecting McCain for a second run would have been better. It least that doddering guy seemed to have character.

    • No other candidate could have done even as well as Romney did. You REALLY don’t get it. So Romney wasn’t the man to turn the tide; no one else was either. Romney was the best man in the race, for what still needs to be done; it was the electorate (especially Conservatives–hint, hint–bad-mouthing Romney throughout the campaign) that was to blame. When the voters refused to blame Obama for lying to them about the Benghazi attack, and believed him when he lied again that he would take care of the Sandy victims (ASAP–with a “wham, bam, thank you Ma’am”), you should have gotten a clue–and really, you should have gotten it much sooner than that, as for example when it was made perfectly clear that even the Supreme Court would not stop Obama’s unconstitutional law-making. Or when Scott Brown was elected, on his express promise to stop Obamacare, only to have his first and only meaningful act in office being to vote FOR it to advance (to an “up and down vote”, only to find they didn’t “need” one, they could just, on the strength of Brown’s deciding vote, take the whole bill as “already passed”). There was no turning the tide of incompetence, in either the electorate, the media, nor in the branches of government supposed to check the power of the President to rule by personal fiat. And here you are, just like the Insane Left–you still don’t get it.

      Such are the times we live in. It’s not pretty.

    • Eric Simpson says:

      I get a simple truth.
      Romney was an absolutely horrible candidate. It wasn’t that he was too liberal, per se. He was simply a wretched candidate, double-talking convictionless mush, with a terrible Win-Loss record going into it. The only race he had won was in a Republican wave election (2002), and still he didn’t get even 50%. So we knew he was bad. Conservatives badmouthing him or staying home didn’t help. But that was because he was such a horrible candidate, double-talking and running from issues in the most obvious and grossly transparent way. The left and the right saw the same thing. And what’s with his assertion that he was “severely” conservative. It’s one thing to make a gaffe, but then later to stand by that statement as if he meant to say that. It was like he was severely retarded. I don’t get how he got his Harvard education… probably through money and connections. I still hold that any of the other candidates would have been better, despite that they all had serious issues, but Romney’s issues took the cake.
      Anyway, that’s my opinion. Not that it matters anymore, but we just want to try to keep it from happening again.

  5. squid2112 says:

    I also noticed something else in that picture. He is shooting a ported shotgun, yes, but he is shooting one ported for a right-handed shooter.

    • TeaPartyGeezer says:

      Not sure what your point is … nobody believes Obama OWNS a gun. He was using somebody else’s gun, probably one that stays at Camp David. It is obvious that this is the one and only time he has ever shot a gun.

  6. Lou says:

    The background looks funny to me. Did they use green background?

  7. Traitor in Chief says:

    It looks totally photoshopped. There should be some recoil if it’s discharging in the photo….. and the weapon is hardly above the horizontal. And the spoiled brat who’s never held a weapon before doesn’t appear to be experiencing any recoil.

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