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It’s Chilly. But It’s Golf.

The president just arrived at Andrews Air Force Base for a round with the usual crew, press staffer Ben Finkenbinder, White House trip director Marvin Nicholson and David Katz, a Department of Energy staffer.

Temps are in the low 50s. Not ideal, but sufficient.

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32 Responses to It’s Chilly. But It’s Golf.

  1. As an insider, can you tell us if either of the O’s have any hobbies or quiet pursuits such as reading, crossword puzzles, stamp collecting, play a musical instrument, etc.
    It seems that they only party, vacation, golf and party in their spare time.

  2. I finally figured out what I want to be when I grow up. I want to be the President of the United States. How much better can it get. Golf, hanging out with sports celebrities, parties every weekend, vacations around the world, any and all of the food you want to eat. I never realized how fun being the POTUS was!

    • Funny you mentioned the vegetable garden because next week Michelle and props from the local schools will plant and seed it. It’s a little early even for DC but when the veggies are brought in from Whole Foods it doesn’t really matter.

      61 rounds of golf. How long before he makes it to 100. Maybe we should have a contest. The Centennial Golf Challenge. I say August 2012.

    • Thank you for sharing this link. Such a tragic loss of a brave young man. We need to personalize all the victims of this ideology to understand how great a loss this country is suffering.

  3. That’s exactly what the President should be doing while Japan’s Nuclear plants blow up, Libia is in turmoil, we can’t afford gas, housing or food…….golfing. IMPEACH this Muslim traitor.