Racist Mother Nature disrespects Obama, he caves and re-routes flight


Weather forces Obama to switch from chopper

The White House says bad weather forced President Barack Obama to switch from his presidential helicopter, Marine One, en route to Camp David and board a motorcade to get to the presidential retreat in Maryland.

It happened Friday afternoon after Obama had already taken off from the South Lawn of the White House aboard Marine One, accompanied by daughter Sasha. The sky was overcast.

White House officials say a last-minute bad weather call was made. So instead of going directly to Camp David about 70 miles northwest of Washington, Marine One diverted to an alternate landing area and the president motorcaded the rest of the way.


This is unprecedented!

Mother Nature would never do that to a white president.

UPDATE:

Tommy Christopher has demanded Mother Nature’s resignation.



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16 Responses to Racist Mother Nature disrespects Obama, he caves and re-routes flight

  1. myiq2xu says:

    From Hullabaloney:

    mm
    What Markos Said
    Heck, if slapping my first-born in the face bumped his numbers up with independents, I’d tolerate it.

    What a guy. What a puss infested postule of a guy

  2. Mimi says:

    This disappearance for a short period smells funny. He was summoned to meet with someone (or plural) that he could not be seen with or known to be talking with. My best guess is he just got his ass chewed. The list is endless over what it may have been about. The argument is breaking down that he is the only choice for voters and that is all he’s got to run on. I would not be surprised if he was told that he is not performing up to his pay grade and he has X number of days to turn it around.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Blame it on Marine One. Bad weather can’t be predicted for such a short flight? Riiiiiight.

    • myiq2xu says:

      CNN

      Meanwhile, CNN’s weather team found no signs of stormy weather in the area at the time Marine One departed the White House.

      • DeniseVB says:

        From the comments at an ABCnews link:

        Looking at the weather for the surrounding area, it doesn’t look THAT bad….not an ideal day for a flight but it should be well within the capabilities of a military pilot and helicopter.

        Posted by: RHR | September 2, 2011, 5:01 pm 5:01 pm

        • myiq2xu says:

          ABC:

          In Washington at the time Marine One took off, according to Accuweather.com, there was no precipitation across the entire region, including Camp David.

          Light winds blew from the southeast at 10mph with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the middle 70′s.

        • myiq2xu says:

          Another comment:

          I live on the mountain about 5 miles or so from Camp David. There is no wind, fog, or rain. It is merely cloudy. But all afternoon we’ve been hearing the roar of low flying fighter jets circling the area. Strange.

  4. The fish is rotting in the usual manner- from the head.
    Marine 1 could not fly in a little fog? A little rain? Give us a break! That is the aircraft that is tasked with evacuating the President from the WH to Andrews at a moment’s notice. Do they really expect us to believe this BS?
    Oh wait- yes they do.

    • 1539days says:

      Let’s see.

      There was weather so bad that it necessitated
      Redirecting the helicopter in the same bad weather
      Landing at an alternate site that was likely not prepared
      Getting the motorcade to that site
      Disembarking the president, which is a security issue in itself
      Getting into a motorcade and driving to Camp David (in the same bad weather?)

      What happened to the errant plane over Camp David we heard about yesterday?

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