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Originally posted by Ronnie P.:
I sure do wish I could start my workday out with a trip to the basketball court until noon.

"The small army of insects hovered as Obama tried to leave the White House to play basketball at Fort McNair, according to a pool report.

By the time the president returned at noon, the bees were apparently nowhere in sight."

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-...es-swarm-white-house


We know all about YOUR kind of workout. It is called "PUMPING IRRELEVANCY."

Yes, he returned to the White House at noon, but that does not mean that he was shooting hoops all that time. Of course it would not occur to your contaminated way of thinking that the President of the United States and Commender-in-Chief of its Armed Forces could have showered after playing basketball and changed and gone about other business before returning at noon. I suspect that was the case, but I have no way of being as certain of things as you seem to think yourself to be, so I will state no firm conclusion on the matter. Thus I will not show myself to be a presumptuous ignoramous of the kind that you so routinely demonstrate yourself to be.
I gotcha goof-off President right HEAH!

"He will likely miss the place: According to CBS News White House Correspondent Mark Knoller, today's trip marks Mr. Bush's 149th visit to the presidential retreat. The planned three-day stay, during which the president is being joined by family and former and current aides, will bring his total time spent at Camp David to all or part of 487 days.

Yes, that's 487 days. And Camp David is not even where the president has spent the most time when not at the White House: Knoller reports that Mr. Bush has made 77 visits to his ranch in Crawford during his presidency, and spent all or part of 490 days there."

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-50...-4728085-503544.html

That is almost one-third of his time in office spent in Crawford or at Camp David. He spent almost 5 months of his first year in "office" at his ranch in Texas.

And it doesn't take U.S One to get to Fort McNair!!
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Originally posted by beternU:
quote:
Originally posted by Ronnie P.:
I sure do wish I could start my workday out with a trip to the basketball court until noon.

"The small army of insects hovered as Obama tried to leave the White House to play basketball at Fort McNair, according to a pool report.

By the time the president returned at noon, the bees were apparently nowhere in sight."

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-...es-swarm-white-house


We know all about YOUR kind of workout. It is called "PUMPING IRRELEVANCY."

Yes, he returned to the White House at noon, but that does not mean that he was shooting hoops all that time. Of course it would not occur to your contaminated way of thinking that the President of the United States and Commender-in-Chief of its Armed Forces could have showered after playing basketball and changed and gone about other business before returning at noon. I suspect that was the case, but I have no way of being as certain of things as you seem to think yourself to be, so I will state no firm conclusion on the matter. Thus I will not show myself to be a presumptuous ignoramous of the kind that you so routinely demonstrate yourself to be.


It's Commander-in-Chief, Not Commender... Wink
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Originally posted by beternU:
I gotcha goof-off President right HEAH!

"He will likely miss the place: According to CBS News White House Correspondent Mark Knoller, today's trip marks Mr. Bush's 149th visit to the presidential retreat. The planned three-day stay, during which the president is being joined by family and former and current aides, will bring his total time spent at Camp David to all or part of 487 days.

Yes, that's 487 days. And Camp David is not even where the president has spent the most time when not at the White House: Knoller reports that Mr. Bush has made 77 visits to his ranch in Crawford during his presidency, and spent all or part of 490 days there."

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-50...-4728085-503544.html

That is almost one-third of his time in office spent in Crawford or at Camp David. He spent almost 5 months of his first year in "office" at his ranch in Texas.

And it doesn't take U.S One to get to Fort McNair!!


It's called technology. People all over the world work from home. Does it make their job less important, no. They can do 99% of the same things they do in their office.

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