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Off The Teleprompter: “Cinco de Cuatro,” Austrians Speak Austrian and Don’t Get On The Flu-Filled Subway

May 5, 2009

If there are any doubts about why this White House doesn’t let “the big guys” out in public without the teleprompter, let us count the ways.

Yesterday President Obama greeted guests to the White House to celebrate ” Cinco de cuatro,” which means five till four.

OOPS!
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090505/ap_on_g
o_pr_wh/us_obama_cinco_de_mayo_5In

In Austria he wondered — during a news conference — about the people speaking Austrian (they speak German) and we all know Joe Biden’s track record.

What does all this say about the mental machinery of our two top leaders?

Good thing they both have staffs: and teleprompters.

“What he meant to say….”

Related:
http://michellemalkin.com/2009/05/0
5/gaffetastic-o-obama-celebratrates-
cinco-de-cuatro/

Obama’s Overseas Tax Loophole Photo Op: Road To Nowhere
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OOPS! Obama Jumps The Shark; Gets Away From Telepromter for Worrisome Moment

One Hundred Days of Obama: 100 Mistakes

http://hotair.com/archives/2009/05/05/ob
amateurism-of-the-day-35/

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If you had told me some of these Obama stories three months ago I would have said “impossible!”

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The President of the United States Barack Obama greets King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.

The President of the United States Barack Obama greets King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia.Photo: Getty Images

Was it Joe Biden, Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton that thought it was a good idea to encourage Russia to just hit the “reset” button?  Well, whoever…..

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov with a red button marked "reset" in English and "overload" in Russian.
Coffrini/Getty

Related:
Barack, Hillary: Moronic “Reset” Idea for Relations With Russia