Obama, the delicate one

Were you surprised to read that Obama would never let his hypothetical Trayvon Martin look-alike son play pro football?  I wasn’t.  The only thing that surprised me was Obama’s fantasy that he could possibly have a son who would play pro football.  I mean, come on, folks!  We’re talking about Obama.

Now Putin — there’s a guy who’s built up his image to the point where one can imagine his son competing in no-holds-barred MMA cage fighting:

Putin v Obama

It’s a long hat tip:  I got this from Power Line, which found it at Moonbattery, which saw it at The People’s Cube.

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  • JohnC

    Sigh… Obama prissy-pants makes us look like a bunch of -ussies to the rest of the world. Just the kind of message we should be sending out to ensure world peace, huh?

  • Charles Martel

    For anybody who respects testosterone, this is a very funny side by side.
    But here’s the problem, Book: Most men on the left are Pajama Boys like Obama, and most of the left’s women secretly love the idea of effeminate, shrinking-violet “men.” Neither sex on the left will get the humor in this.

    • SADIE

      “Neither sex on the left will get the humor in this.”
      Charles, you of all people, know that there is no such thing as sex on the Left – it’s all about gender neutrality. ☺

      • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

        I thought they only had orgies like Wolf on Wall Street. That’s their ideal utopia right.

  • Gringo

    From the link: “I would not let my son play pro football,” Obama told the New Yorker in a lengthy piece that was published on Sunday.
    Any son who would be of an age to play PRO football would NOT need parental permission to play.  Parental permission would be needed for high school, middle school, or youth league football. Parental permission would not be needed for college football- ignoring those under 18 [I believe. I may be wrong.]. Parental permission to play pro football, which rarely has players as young as 20 years old, is entirely unnecessary.
    Once again, Obama shows himself to be tone-deaf when he tries to comment on aspects of popular culture. Such as his gaffe on “Caminsky Field,” where he told us the White Sox play. As most Americans know, the Cubs play in Wrigley Field, while the White Sox used to play in Comisky Park.  And this is from someone who lived in Chicago for two decades! [From what I have read, a “Caminsky” in stead of “Comisky”  is not uncommon in Chicagospeak.]
    There is a wide swath of US culture that Obama has never been exposed to. Such gaffes as  letting a son play “PRO football”  and “Caminsky Field” illustrate this. I am also reminded of his “bitter clingers” remark about rural Pennsylvanians, which showed me that Obama doesn’t have a clue about those who live where spitting in your front yard won’t hit a neighboring building. :)
    In Obama’s defense, other politicians have made similar gaffes, such as John Kerry referring to “Lambert Field” in Green Bay instead of “Lambeau Field.” While a politician wants to appear to be all things to all people, this is not possible all the time. Can’t fool all of them all of the time.

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    a good composite
    I’ve never considered a Leftist my President. There’s My Spoon and My Fork, but not My President.
    Just as Bush didn’t make the Left in this US look like they had a spine, the same applies for what Obama does for us. Only if we sit back be quiet or support Hussein, do the rest of the world think he represents all of us.

  • sabawa

    Oh, he’s prissy and refined in the creepiest of ways and he’s out of touch with Americans who love this country but, dammit…….he gets the votes.  What has happened here??!

    • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

      Remember what the Left said about democracy in Iraq, how it was just people voting how they were told by AQ or Iran or something?
      Yea, the Left is what they claim you are. Voting isn’t about individual judgment. Voting is about how Hussein got 99% support in Iraq.

  • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    Book, could you have imagined decades ago during the Cold War that American patriots and anti Commies would be laughing at how a Russian Bear makes an American President look weak?
    The world is a strange place is it not. Light and Darkness, their meanings can be flipped around easily. A nation of justice and an empire of freedom one day, the next a nation of hypocrisy and an empire of slavery the next.

  • 11B40

    Having misspent much of my youth playing basketball, I still find much amusement in Boston Celtic great Bill Russell’s assessment that basketball is a contact sport, but football is a collision sport.  Even more so these days, when sport seems to be getting along without very much sportmanship.  Having lived through the decades when colliding pretty much replaced tackling, not to mention any number of  football’s other civilizational restraints, I don’t know that I would want to see a child of mine pick football as his sport of choice.
    But that doesn’t mean that I don’t think it a good thing that President Obama’s Y-chromosome went MIA.

  • Caped Crusader

    What a guy!!!
    What? A guy?

  • Charles Martel

    I don’t watch Modern Family all that much, mostly because the gay characters are so irritating—much as the stereotypes they portray are in real life. But I have to admit that the actor who plays the portly gay character does a great job. He has the high-pitched shrieks and flounces down pat. I imagine that Obama, in his unguarded moments, is just as shrieky and flouncey.

    • http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

      It gives new meaning to Obama’s bowing. Just what is he looking at, do you think?