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Golf as Usual

It’s the usual Saturday golf. President Obama and three White House aides – usual type players – arrived at the Joint Andrews course shortly after noon.

It’s the president’s 12th time out this year and the 169th round of his presidential golfing career.


25 Responses to Golf as Usual

  1. Must be nice to be the “leader” of the free world. I just got in after working 8 hours on a Saturday. That’s after 55 or so hours during the “work week’. No big deal- lots of folks work as hard or harder than I do, but it would be nice to think that the guy in charge was doing the same.

      • You are lucky. My daughter lost her job in January and is still looking. I lost mine three years ago and gave up looking. Both my daughter and I are college educated professionals.

        And who said the economy is getting better?

  2. He might as well play golf, his agenda is on cruise control.

    Gut the military, wreck the economy, overseas relations in the tank, bypassing congress, gay marriage agenda progressing state by state, scandals that would have taken any other president down are systematically being directed by a corrupt Attorney General and his entire office given the fact that the investigators are appointed by the corrupt administration to investigate the corruptness.

    So, Barry, go play some golf and have a good time.
    Why worry ?
    All of the crooks have your back.
    For now.

  3. This isn’t golf. This is Barack Obama’s golf. He comes equipped with pen and phone, he lies and cheats everywhere else no reason not to here, he plays with loyalists who know full well what happens to people who cross him.

    Golf is a game that will beat you every time. No way Obama plays golf.

    Ike would beat him with his eyes closed. Heck Gerald Ford would beat him.

  4. It used to annoy me … these golf outings. I’ve come to realize that any day he’s on the green, America has a slight chance of staying Red, White and Blue.

  5. Fourteenth outing this year, and 171st of his Presidency:
    1) Jan 01 – Mid Pacific Country Club, Hawaii
    2) Jan 02 – Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course, Hawaii
    3) Jan 04 – Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course, Hawaii
    4) Feb 15 – Sunnylands, Rancho Mirage, California
    5) Feb 16 – Porcupine Creek, Rancho Mirage, California
    6) Feb 17 – Sunnylands, Rancho Mirage, California
    7) Mar 08 – Ocean Reef Club, Key Largo, FL
    8) Mar 09 – Ocean Reef Club, Key Largo, FL
    9) Mar 22 – Andrews AFB
    10) Apr 05 – Andrews AFB
    11) Apr 12 – Andrews AFB
    12) Apr 19 – Andrews AFB
    13) May 3 – Ft. Belvoir
    14) May 10 – Andrews AFB

  6. So many rounds of golf on a military base…. The irony is dripping like sweat beads on a 100 degree day. And not that it matters, but has he ever invited any military personnel to join him, even for one round?