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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Obama Muffed Pitch Conspiracy? ...

At least he didn't make a complete fool of himself, mostly because the official video feed takes their eyes off the ball in order to hide whether or not he hit the target, I sh** you not..Check it out, how they protect him by inching in the shot to the left just as the pitch ends up "rainbowing" and landing 2 feet in front of the plate

See you thought I was being a partisan nut huh? He, they purposely cut the angle off so the legend will be 'Obama throws perfect strike" when the media gets done with it tomorrow, interviewing Obama sycophants in the morning who will say anything the media wants em too.

Later the media did start to take note that Obama almost muffed the pitch as it barely made it to the plate, as predicted by me way before gametime down below the update. :)

here's another interesting moment where W outdid the big O.
The more debatable point from the historic moment was the reception the President was afforded by the self-described "best fans in baseball." Though Obama was roundly cheered by the All-Star fans, his live presence still didn't attract the applause that George W. Bush did during a taped announcement by the four previous Presidents before the game and some boos could even be heard among the cheers.
Whoa! Did I hear that right? George Bush outdid the wonderboy, I thought the applause was louder for the Bush tapes as well....They're pretty quiet as Obama gets to the mound.. I was surprised. that's why he almost choked it...

Here's Bush after 911

This is how the local Chicago papers characterized the Obama pitch conspiracy this morning

ST LOUIS — Where did it land? Was it a strike or wasn't it?

Why didn't the network choose a better camera to shoot from? Those were the questions that viewers of baseball's All-Star Game were asking themselves at home after Fox elected to show President Barack Obama's ceremonial first pitch at the 80th All-Star Game from a tight angle.

Ruling as a part-time umpire who had a good view from the pressbox at Busch Stadium, Obama's pitch was a no-doubt-about-it ball, even factoring in an expanded strike zone for the Commander-in-Chief. Obama's southpaw delivery was a little short of the plate, but Cardinals star Albert Pujols(notes) was able to save it by quickly scooping it up.

UPDATE: Pujols says the pitch "didn't hit the ground."

Yea right, that's bullshit as I showed up top and that's why there's nary a back view tape although Fox did show the rear view this morning on Fox and Friends. I told ya they'd whitewash this thing, what cheaters who think most Americans are dumber than dirt....

The Made For TV President.


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