When I saw this tweet on Weasel Zippers, I thought it was a joke:

So I checked the @WhiteHouse timeline, and found these gems:

Can we expect some POTUS tweets on the next Miss America Pageant?

Stay tuned…

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  1. Alain41 says:

    Will the tiara wearing pageant have a pout like a boy commercial? He could do both.

  2. dennisl59 says:

    Of course ‘The Thing’ had to horn in on the Super Bowl Pre-Game Show with the usual idiotic results.


    posted 2/2 918am Texas[Potato/Potatoe] Time

  3. strider says:

    Must throw this stuff out to gauge his standing in the social media realm. As long as he gets enough of an ego-stroking response there he keeps bopping along.

  4. ancientwrrior says:

    Shiet bird makes me want to puke every time I see him. Yuckhhhh!

  5. pamelarice says:

    These moments used to be a “shaking your head” kind of entertainment from The Narcissist in Chief. Now it has become such a parody that it is not even amusing, just disgusting. You couldn’t make this crap up!

  6. midget says:

    I had a feeling when at the last seconds they threw away the Championship Obama must have been for the Seahawks. (He throws like a girl.)

  7. Kitten says:

    You know how some parents want to re-live their glory (or not-so-glory) days through their kids athletic achievements? That’s who he reminds me of, only he has no athletic ability. He makes it up in his mind and has a video crew at the ready, no matter the occasion. Truly pathetic.

  8. Maynard says:

    Meanwhile, I’m wondering if this is a joke. “Fourth-grader says he has the One Ring, school suspends him for terrorist threat, dad says”.

    A fourth-grader in west Texas has been suspended, his father says, because he pretended to have a ring like the One Ring from The Lord of the Rings canon, and said it could make a classmate disappear.

    Dad Jason Steward said he was told his son’s claim amounted to making a terrorist threat.

    Steward took his story to the Odessa (Texas) American on Friday, saying the boy had seen The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies the preceding weekend. He brought a ring to class and told another kid it would make him vanish.

    When Steward confronted the school principal to ask what was going on, he said he was told that threatening another child’s safety — whether the threats are magical or otherwise -—are not tolerated…

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