President Obama’s Video Message Booed At Boston’s Fenway Park

During Friday’s Red Sox game, President Obama delivered a video message recognizing the 100th of Fenway Park, in Boston. Several people are reporting that his message was met with booing.

The crowd’s reaction, via Eric Fehrnstrom, an adviser to Mitt Romney:

Also via Weasel Zippers

Update from Tammy: We originally had this video posted of this event which had made the rounds of the Interwebtubes but it was not correct. The uniforms are wrong, and the Obama message came at the end of the 100 Anniversary of Fenway celebration. Notice here there are players on the field. Apparently the Obama Regime is so panicked at their collapse they’re working to get any video of the actual booing thrown down the memory hole. Pat S. is looking for it as we speak, and if anyone out there has video please let us know 🙂 I’m hoping at least the RNC or the Romney Team will find themselves the footage.**

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  1. greenlantern2011 says:

    Hearing those boos for BO is like a kiss from the Baby Jesus!

    • greenlantern2011 says:

      Thanks for vetting the vid, Tammy. It seems like the voices in the foreground must have been dubbed in there. Now the Baby Jesus is crying!

  2. jeaneeinabottle says:

    LOVE it, I bet he’s booed more than we know. By the way, my twitter account has been suspended for some reason, and I can’t get back into my original account either, so if you don’t see me on twitter that’s why. I hope I don’t have to start another one, we will see. If anyone has any advice for clearing twitter mess up please let me know, they have removed my tweets and unfollowed all who I follow so may be a while.

  3. mark5573 says:

    Other than 4 years in the military,i have lived all 57 years of my life in Massachusetts. I see almost no Obama bumper stickers,or signs anywhere.

  4. Maynard says:

    I wouldn’t read too much into this. Massachusetts is a notoriously conservative state, especially Boston. So a poor reception here is unsurprising. Obama will do a lot better in the heartland, where his base is strong.

    • Alain41 says:

      Disagree in that Mass. citizens still support the Kennedy’s and the K’s supported O over Hil. So, I think the booing shows that the K’s endorsement of O no longer has meaning to Bay Staters.

  5. AniMel says:

    This just warms my heart in ways I cannot express. Happy dance!

  6. Kevin says:

    I think I heard the fans chanting “Four more beers!” not “Four more years.”

  7. jeaneeinabottle says:

    Twitter account suspended again, don’t know why, so weird…not really after the weekend update.

  8. mrcannon says:

    Poor Barry–his Earth Day is ruined.

  9. jeaneeinabottle says:

    Tammy there’s a story at Big Peace about an American causing a stir in China about domestic violence which is rampant there, her name is Kim Lee. Domestic violence is so bad there and it’s hidden, she’s bringing it out in the open, this is a big deal and people are talking. There’s also a big shake up with corruption in the government.

  10. radargeek says:

    The proposed Buffet Rule is to raise the Capital Gains Tax that affects (taxes) everyone in this country who work and have any type of retirement account, an action that has been proven to cause less revenues to the government; just to pass those taxes on to the “have-nots” in the name of “fairness?” This guy will bring us down to a third-world economy under ‘his’ interpretation of “fairness.” How can a sane citizenry elect this guy? Shameful…

    • Alain41 says:

      O goes after Capital Gains not only for class-warfare campaign purposes, but also because he wants all investment/research to be supplied by the gov’t. Same coin as the liberal mantra about no one did it on their own, they traveled on gov’t built roads, etc. So if he can get any law passed that drives down private investment, the more that liberals can say that they need your money (taxes) to pay for investments that only gov’t can make, private investors aren’t funding.

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