13
Aug
08

Chalk Up Another Fine Presidential Moment


Continuing his tour of the US Olympic athletes, here is Cheerleader-in-Chief Bush visiting with the softball team since, like most men, he LOVES Jenny Finch. Laura Berg, the team’s resident prankster was the one who got the chalk handprint on his back. I’m just disgusted that she wanted to touch him, look at that shirt, he has totally sweat through that entire thing and you want to put your hand on a 60 year old’s sweat? Gross. Oh yeah, and now the leader of the free world looks like the nerdy kid in gym class. Look at us world, we’re a city on a hill!

[Sports by Brooks]


2 Responses to “Chalk Up Another Fine Presidential Moment”


  1. August 14, 2008 at 1:54 pm

    The guy should just hang out at sports events for the rest of his tenure. Makes me feel a little more confident about important matters in the world when the W is out mini-putting and the such.

  2. August 14, 2008 at 1:56 pm

    Isn’t it a shame, the one job that Bush would probably have been pretty good at and that people wouldn’t have hated him is the commissioner of baseball

    think how much different our world would have been… Another reason to hate bud selig…


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