Obama Mistakes Window For Door

Barack Obama had an embarrassing moment today when he tried to enter the White House through a window instead of the door that was next to it. He must not have been paying much attention when he got the grand tour from George Bush. I for one am not inclined to make a big deal out of it. Maybe he had his mind on something else like thinking about how loved he is or how he can appease our enemies or the left even more. But some are not so forgiving:

  • …and who really is surprised by another stupid move by the dumbest man on the planet
  • choking on a pretzel and passing out, falling off the bike numerous times, etc… the difference this time is that we have photographic evidence of his buffoonery. Yep, this one’s a keeper.
  • I cackle every time I see that photo! And I’ve seen it about ten times already.

Every one of those statements is mean and uncalled for.

They are also from the Democratic Underground which were posted when George Bush tried to leave a room by way of a locked door. Interestingly, not only are there no similar comments at that site about Obama, they do not mention his mistake at all (as of the writing of this post).

But the comments about Bush beg the question; “Is Barack Obama a buffoon and the dumbest man on the planet?”

I mean he would have to be dumber than Bush because at least Bush knew the difference between a door and a window.

OK little Democrats. Let’s hear the reasons the two incidents are different. Let us all hear the excuses the liberals are using now that their sainted one has shown he is human like the rest of us.

Big Dog

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51 Responses to “Obama Mistakes Window For Door”

  1. Bunny Colvin says:

    Silly post, Dog.

    I for one am not at all surprised that a site called Democratic Underground isn’t covering this story. That’s what whack w(r)ong wing sites like this one are for. C’mon now, Doggie. Did you cover the Bush vs. Door incident?

    You’re starting to remind me of Bill The Loofah King O’Reilly. He cries about sex on TV while vids of half naked women dance around onscreen. Get a grip, Dog. You’re losing it.

    • Big Dog says:

      No I did not cover the Bush door thing because I figured it was no different than anyone else who has tried to leave (or enter) a door that they did not know was locked.

      I would never have mentioned this (and made it clear that I figured it was a mistake) but had to point out the hypocrisy.

      My site is not here to mock people for a mistake but if I had there would be a number of you libs criticizing me for it.

      Even though I know you all joined in mocking Bush…

  2. Victoria says:

    Nice try, Bunny, but you didn’t answer Big Dogs question.

  3. Bunny Colvin says:

    Allriiight, Victoria is back!

    To answer Dog’s question: No, Barack Obama is not a buffoon nor is he the dumbest man on the planet. After watching Oprah today, I would say that Ted Haggard is without question a buffoon and among the dumbest people on the planet.

    • Liberty Card says:

      Woweee! nice deflection. Totally hijacked the thread, brilliant! Now go have another Guinness and congratulate yourself on how you showed up us rubes.

  4. Victoria says:

    And your point is….?

  5. Bunny Colvin says:

    My point (obvious to most) is that I just answered Dog’s question. If you keep it up with these pointless questions, I might have to include you amongst the ranks of the dumbest people on the planet. And I know you wouldn’t want that.

  6. Victoria says:

    I wasn’t talking about that–I wondered why you brought up the thing about Ted Haggard on Oprah thing which I did not see.

  7. Bunny Colvin says:

    Well, Ted Haggard went on Oprah today with his wife to let everyone know that all is well in the Haggard household. Mrs. Hag even saw it necessary to let the world know that their sex life is great!

    Who knew that heterosexual relations with a gay man could be so swell?!!

    Question: Since most of you are so opposed to gay men marrying each other, what is the (r)epuke stance on gay men marrying women? It just seems so unnatural to me. Not to mention the fact that it makes a mockery of the sacred vows of marriage.

  8. Victoria says:

    So are you gay or what because I make a simple comment to you about Big Dog’s post and all of a sudden we are into this whole gay thing now, which I am not going to get into an argument with a liberal about. I personally am not opposed to gays marrying, which I think they can do in civil ceramonies. What liberals want is for me and others like me to change our beliefs and convictions about marriage and say–“oh well, whatever, make marriage whatever you want it to be 2 women, 2 men, 3 women and a man, 1 man and 12 women…whatever. Anything goes.” Never mind what common sense ought to tell you about the subject. I refuse to argue about it further with you, however, so keep trying if you want to but I won’t answer you.

  9. Bunny Colvin says:

    No, I’m not gay. Why, are you interested? Don’t waste your time. I’m sure you wouldn’t make my cut line anyway. No bunny love for you.

    Shouldn’t a union between a gay man and a straight woman be handled in a “civil ceremony”? I mean you people are always whining about how the union of two gays makes a mockery of traditional marriage. What about the union of a gay and a straight?

    1 man and 12 women…where do I sign up?

  10. Bunny Colvin says:

    You ask me a question, then vow not to “argue about it further” with me? Looks like Victoria is a classic cut-and-runner.

  11. Victoria says:

    I won’t argue with you over the fact that the whole Ted Haggard thing makes a mockery of marriage.

  12. Bunny Colvin says:

    Awesome. You’re smarter than I thought, Victoria.

  13. Adam says:

    What I love most is that y’all live in a world where you believe Clinton was a failure that got good ratings because the liberal media covered for him, and George W. Bush was a success that got bad ratings because the liberal media slandered him. That darn “MSM” is at it again with Obama! He was a failure as a President I heard even before he was sworn in, but only y’all know the truth. The rest of us are blinded from the truth. A douche like Savage has a lot of nerve saying it is us that has a mental disorder…

  14. Adam says:

    Ted Haggard: Working hard to solidify that “permanent Republican majority”…

  15. Bunny Colvin says:

    Adam-

    Unfortunately, that doggon MSM refuses to report the most important fact about Obama. Thank God we have Babs around to remind us that Obama is “from the devil”. The MSM is too chickensh!t to report this very important bit of information. Say your prayers- all of us Obama/Biden voters are going straight to hell.

  16. Victoria says:

    Lyle H. Rossiter, Jr. M.D., in his book “The Liberal Mind, The Psycological Causes of Political Madness,” says that you liberals have a mental disorder. That maybe where Savage got that from.

  17. Big Dog says:

    I have edited out the condescending remarks from Bunny’s comments, as best I could find them. I took out the sweeties and the honeys. Bunny is a misogynistic male chauvinist who thinks he can talk to women as if they are second class citizens.

    His style is to demean people by changing their names and using terms of endearment in a degrading manner.

    The content of his comments have not been changed but the insulting things have been removed.

    The definition of marriage is one man and one woman. It does not say that either has to be straight. If you want to be technical about it.

  18. Big Dog says:

    The media was lax in vetting Obama. He has many problems that would have been the death of a Republican.

    I wish him well and I support him because of his position but I do not want him to succeed in policies that I oppose.

    I don’t want to see anything happen to him, I just want him to govern effectively without destroying what is left of the country.

    Liberalism is a mental disorder. Where else will you see people protest to keep a convicted murderer from being executed and then protest to be able to murder an unborn child?

  19. Adam says:

    I have a physiological inability to swallow conservative buncombe, but I’m still checking to see if I have any mental disorders…

  20. Bunny Colvin says:

    Dog, any particular reason my attempts at posting here are met with this…

    Hmmm, your comment seems a bit spammy. We’re not real big on spam around here.

    Please go back and try again.

  21. Barbara says:

    Hey Big Dog, I don’t care what these jokers say about me, as I know I stand up for righteousness. All their garbage shows me what they are like. The day will come they will answer for it.

  22. Bunny Colvin says:

    Hey Babs,

    Pretty scary stuff, as usual. When will this day come when I’ll have to answer for my “garbage”? And where did you get your juicy info about Obama being “from the devil”? You are so righteous.

  23. Bunny Colvin says:

    Still getting the spam message when I try to post my original comment. Perhaps this is the first step in my having to answer for my garbage. The blog Gods have spoken. Forgive me, Babs. I beg you!

  24. Big Dog says:

    You are commenting too fast and the system thinks you are spamming

  25. Bunny Colvin says:

    I’ll try again tomorrow, because it’s a good question I’m trying to ask.

    Goodnight to all of the Dog pound. Sweet dreams of another (r)epuke majority to all. Dream on…conservatism is dead.

  26. Angi says:

    Personally, I would have gotten just as much of a giggle out of that photo had it been a conservative Republican president.

    People are people, we’ve all tried to go through a locked door, or pushed instead of pulled a door open, or walked into a sliding glass door, so on and so forth.

    But I do agree that HAD it been a conservative Republican president, the MSM would have been all over this story like white on rice.

    Hooray for double standards…

  27. Adam says:

    No, I’m getting the spam message a lot too, even when I haven’t posted for hours. Not sure why it’s triggering so many false positives but the 2nd time when I post the same comment after hitting the back button and simply clicking submit again it works fine.

  28. Harry says:

    OMG! That’s classic, Oh no we cant’t laugh about the messiah’s mistakes! That would be wrong and we all right sides people shall be punished by left swinging ButtEffinLiberals!
    Liberals shall assign Matt Damon and all the modern socialist/communist Hollywood Baffoons, to what would be our punishment since they knows so much about Politics And our constitutional rights!

    All the way Dumb bas**rds!

    Sgt. Blanco

  29. Bunny Colvin says:

    Still getting the spam message when I try to post my comment. Oh well.

    Liberty Card- I answered Dog’s question, so it wasn’t a deflection. I think you may need a library card, Liberty Card. Your reading comprehension skills are lacking. But hey, nobody ever said that you cons were big readers. (Except for maybe the fine writings of Dr. Lyle H. Rossiter).

    Sgt. Blanks- ButtEffinLiberals? Most of the high profile “butteffin” I’ve read about over the past few years or so has been done by (r)epublicans. Surely you’ve heard of the aforementioned Ted Haggard. And the names Larry Craig and Mark Foley should ring a bell. I’ll bet those three butteff with the best of ’em.

  30. Big Dog says:

    I disabled a spam plug in that was updated yesterday. After Adam’s comment I realized that the update was the only change so let’s see if it makes a difference.

    Please let me know.

    • Bunny Colvin says:

      So Dog, you’re good with gay men marrying straight women? Should these half gay couples be permitted to raise children?

      How bout unions between gay men and gay women? Let’s say Teddy wanted to marry Lez Cheney, or Alan Keyes’ gay daughter? The way I see it, even though it would be the union of a man and woman, it would still be a gay marriage. After all, both parties are gay.

  31. Big Dog says:

    Bunny,
    I never said I was OK with it. I said that one man and one woman was the definition of marriage and that they met that definition.

    I think it makes a mockery of the institution of marriage but under the definition they are legal.

    I am opposed to changing the definition of marriage, which is a religious institution, and allowing people who violate many religion’s rules to marry.

    Civil unions accomplish the same thing, confer the same rights, and are administered by a state, not a religious institution.

  32. Bunny Colvin says:

    You are opposed to changing the definition of marriage. I think we’d all agree that if the union is between a gay man and a gay woman it is by definition a gay marriage. I know of no laws that forbid opposite sex gay marriage. Therefore, you are OK with gay marriage. Case closed.

    • Big Dog says:

      I made no such claim. I never said I was OK with it. I only stated that it was within the law.

      I also think if two people who have an attraction get married and consummate that marriage then one would be hard pressed to call them gay.

      If they did it without the intent to have a real marriage then it is not one to begin with, gay or otherwise.

      Case now closed.

  33. Bunny Colvin says:

    Well, Mr. and Mrs. Haggard likely consummated their marriage years ago, but Ted Haggard is still gay. Shouldn’t they be required to divorce? Their 1/2 gay marriage makes a mockery of the sacred vows my parents and grandparents took.

    You can’t have it both ways, Dog. Either gays can marry or they can’t. You b!tch and moan about two gay men or two gay women getting married, but you accept one gay man and one gay woman/one gay man and one straight woman because it’s “within the law”.

    There used to be laws permitting slavery in this great country of ours. Would you have been OK with the practice of owning slaves due to the fact that it was “within the law”?

  34. Big Dog says:

    I bitch and moan about abortion but it is within the law so I oppose it. Slavery was legal but reprehensible. I would have been opposed to it and worked to get it changed. I do not hold the people who owned slaves as criminals because they owned them legally. I hold Democrats responsible for opposing freeing them and then suppressing them for a long time.

    I would say that Haggard is more bisexual than gay (assuming he has sex with both).

    It is not up to me to decide if they have to get divorced. The church sanctioned the marriage so it is up to them and the married people to decide.

    Once again, let us not confuse the difference between a religious institution and a governmental one.

  35. Bunny Colvin says:

    Yeah, because today’s Dems have so much in common with those of the 1800s. Please dude, you’re killing me.

    Ah ok. Should bisexuals be permitted to marry?

    • Tina says:

      Bunny Colvin says:
      Thursday Jan 29th, 2009 at 18:52

      Yeah, because today’s Dems have so much in common with those of the 1800s. Please dude, you’re killing me.

      Oh look, someone saying not to hold the past actions of the Democrats that opposed the slave issues against them! Yet many still hold slavery against others(IE. whites). It is past, I wish people would ALL drop the past issues and work on the present and the future.

      Why does it have to be about color, race, religion or any of that claptrap? Why can’t it be issues discussed between adults, without the degrading remarks?

      Seriously, I’ve spent a bit of time surfing the blogsphere and am absolutely disgusted with all the hatred & vitriol I’ve come across. :(

  36. Big Dog says:

    I’m killing you? You are the one who asked me if I would find it OK that people owned slaves back then. I have a lot in common with Republicans that opposed it.

    Yes, Democrats still keep blacks on a plantation by subsidizing a sub standard life.

  37. Bunny Colvin says:

    A subsidy is usually better than nothing when one is living in poverty. I’m guessing you’d rather just let markets work things out. Healthcare for poor children? To hell with ’em. Shelter for the homeless? Let them freeze to death. “Starve the beast!” as the prophet Rick “man/dog love” Santorum says.

    I’ll ask again- should bisexuals be permitted to marry???

  38. Big Dog says:

    I’ll tell you again, it is not up to me it is up to the church.

    Without government intervention markets will work things out, always have.

    We have had poor and homeless for a long time and well before government took care of them. Charities use to do that.

    Problem is, people who want to give away health care and all that start moving the target up so that people who live well above the poverty line are included.

    There are already plenty of programs that help people.

    But what is right about taking money from some and using it for others? We should make that decision.

  39. Victoria says:

    Bunny,
    What do you think–should a gay man and straight woman be married or two bi-sexuals be married? You keep asking these questions here as if to trip someone up or something. Do you have the answers?

  40. Bunny Colvin says:

    My fascination is with you two dolts.

    Ah, Victoria’s back in the game. Sweet.

    Yes, I think a gay man and a straight woman or two bisexuals should be allowed to marry. And you know what? I’ll feel the same way the day I get married. (To a woman- I’ll beat you to the punch line). Because I don’t concern myself with what other people do in their bedrooms or what they want to call it. And if they “love” each other, they should be entitled to the same rights as a straight man and woman. Their action just doesn’t matter to me. There are more important things in the world.

    Let me give you a seasonal analogy, just in case you don’t catch my drift. (Very likely, considering who I’m dealing with)…

    If I was a super bowl champion, I’d wear the ring. (Much like a wedding ring- I’m trying to make this easy for you). Say I came across some clown in a bar wearing a super bowl ring he’d bought on ebay. ( Probably about as likely as Sarah “Nailin'” Palin selling a jet on ebay). The imposter is claiming to other bar patrons that he’s a past champion. I wouldn’t care. Why would I? I gots my ring and I know what it means to me and those that know me.

    I thought yours was the party of individual freedom and as little as possible of that pesky gubment. What in the wide world of sports is going on here?

  41. Victoria says:

    Definition of the same sex marriage issue:

    Same-sex “marriage” is at the forefront of the gay rights movement’s attempt to destroy the family as institution, merely to secure a legal basis for sexual freedom.

    The battle over this issue is starting to look as large as the fight over slavery in 1860, [2] with proponents of individual freedom claiming that the rights of any one citizen must always trump those of society.
    As far as freedom goes—-
    William Penn said it all:”If man is not governed by God, he will be ruled by tyrants. Freedom apart from God is an illusion of pride.”

    “Where the spirit of the Lord is there is Liberty.”

  42. Joe Costanza says:

    Interesting discussion. But Bunny, why do you have to start calling names. I changed my opinion on gay marriage (I now agree with you) years back based off of many discussions like the above. I think these types of discussions are helpful and important, but when you name-call it makes you look weak.

  43. Hagar the Hun says:

    Big Dog,I love the way a harmless comment like Prez Obama mistakes window for door(thank god he is a dem or the pork bill would be off the front page)can lead to the closet fags blah blah blahhing about immoral marriage concepts. sorry if I am not PC but its just one mans thoughts.