Obama goes to a Nationals baseball game, hits the links with Joe Biden as the oil gushes

bp-obama-logoWhile the lame stream media is going nuts over Tony Hayward attending a Yacht race in England (which I really don’t blame them too much for), have you heard a word about Obama’s activities? Probably not. Last night he decided to go to a Washington Nationals baseball game. Who were they playing? His beloved hometown Chicago White Sox. I doubt he really cared that Stephen Strasburg on the mound for the Nationals. The Washington Post did cover this story and as usual continued to keep their lips firmly placed on his backside. Check out how Alexa Steele  described things:

After hunkering down for several weeks to deal with the oil spill, President Obama finally made it out of the house for some fun – and showed up at the Nationals game on Friday night.

Hunkering down? Maybe Steele means hunkering down on the GOLF instead of the Gulf. Today Obama decided to hit the links (again) with the dumbest Vice President in U.S. history Joe Biden. According to The Hill, The White House pool report noted that Obama left at about 1 p.m. for the course at Andrews Air Force base, and his golfing partners included White House Trip Director Marvin Nicholson and photographer David Katz.

Nicholson and Katz, along with Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, joined Obama for four hours of golf last weekend. The Republican National Committee released an ad soon afterward taking aim at Obama’s golfing during the ongoing BP oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico.
Oh, and The Hill who usually is pretty good about no liberal bias also noted the weather conditions for his Gulf, err Golf outing, and mentioned that:

Obama attended the Washington Nationals game Friday night wearing a cap for his hometown Chicago White Sox. Sources told the pool reporter that Obama sang “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” and left in the ninth inning, before the White Sox edged out the Nationals 2-1 in the 11th.

Isn’t that cute?

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