Video: Obama and the Media: Spiking the Football


Awesome video from Media Research Center…

Boy that sure put it into perspective… President Obama and the media spiked the bin Laden football… more than once. Boy he sure is stealing the credit and practically the valor of the Navy SEAL team that did the work.

By comparison, President Ronald Reagan had the plaque on his desk that read: “There is no limit to the amount of good you can do if you don’t care who gets the credit.” There is something special about a leader. …funny, “team” doesn’t have an ‘I’ in it nor does “leader” but “failure” does! President Obama is a failed leader.

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6 Responses to Video: Obama and the Media: Spiking the Football

  1. Otis P. Driftwood says:

    Great video – especially the end. Great players only need to spike the ball ONCE. Love it.

  2. Ann Coulter was the highlight here. And the hyperbole used by Chris Matthews was laughable.

    And Eric, thanks for all your support of my blog. I truly appreciate it.

    • Otis P. Driftwood says:

      Every time I hear Tingles say a word with the letter ‘p’ in it, I have to clean the spittle from the inside of my monitor.

    • And I thank you too! I just realized that you hadn’t been added to my blogroll. Apparently there are a couple of my favorite blogs that are missing and I will be adding you to mine today. I am a huge fan of your writing and your sensibility… it is my pleasure to follow and support your blog! Thank you for stopping by mine!

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