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Obama Defends His Dad Jeans

By Amy Argetsinger and Roxanne Roberts

President Obama throws out the first pitch at the MLB All-Star game on July 14. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)

"Those jeans are comfortable. And for those of you who want your president to look great in his tight jeans, I'm sorry. I'm not the guy."

-- President Obama on the snark over the suburban-dad jeans he wore throwing out the first pitch at last week's All-Star Game. "Michelle -- she looks fabulous," he told NBC, but "I'm a little frumpy."

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In fact, it appears that Obama somehow inherited my father's wardrobe
And values.
The latter is a good thing. The former not so much.

Posted by: miriamac2001 | July 22, 2009 10:00 AM | Report abuse

if he likes them good for him if you don't like them too bad

Posted by: getsix1 | July 21, 2009 7:09 PM | Report abuse

But Obama Can't Defend THIS Bush-Cheney "legacy program"...



That is the number of counties or county equivalents in the U.S. that enable the constitutionally suspect covert implantation of GPS tracking devices in or under the vehicles of American citizens...

...citizens unjustly "targeted" under a secretive security/military/intel "multi-agency coordinated action program" comprised of citizen vigilantes and operating with the knowledge of co-opted and complicit local and federal law enforcement...

...a de facto American Gestapo that destroys the lives and livelihoods of their "targets" by means of a prescribed protocol of "community stalking" harassment; surreptitious home entries; vandalism; slander; financial sabotage; and, victims charge, silent assault with injury- and illness-inducing microwave and laser "directed energy weapons."

And no local or federal authorities will investigate, writing off victim complaints as "delusional" -- a Gulag tactic that has allowed this American politicide to "hide in plain sight"...


OR (if link is corrupted / disabled): RE: "GESTAPO USA" (see "stream" or "stories" list).

Posted by: scrivener50 | July 21, 2009 5:02 PM | Report abuse

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