Oh way joy! Did you catch Justin Webb and Mark Waddell discuss the failure of The Lightworker to bring the Olympic Games to Chicago in 2016? Comedy classic. It’s fun watching these Obamaphiles disguised as BBC journalists coming to terms with the awful truth that their hero is – to quote Waddell – “mortal”

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  1. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Why is this even worth one minute of tax-funded air time?  Because ol’ Justin and his successor are freaking out about the noise in the US press that their beloved Obamessiah may have lost his magic.  But why should the British public give a damn?  This is only worth such attention if those in charge of the broadcast are genuinely concerend due to their own bias. Does the BBC spend anywhere near as much time fretting about the ups and downs of any other world leader? Lame.

    To be honest, I am aware that most of the Euro press is equally obsessed with His failure to perform another miracle for them.  But that hardly puts the Beeboids in respectable, unbiased company.


  2. Martin says:

    The truth is Barry is a poor President, he can’t give leadership and it was only the myth that Obama is the black Jesus.

    He’s not giving leadership on healthcare reform and he’s falling out with his own generals over Afghanistan.

    Those of us that thought he was a bad cohice pointed out he’s NEVER actually run anything yet all the media were interested in was this endless waffle about “hope and change”.

    It’a big yawn fest


    • Boris Godunoff says:

      Well done Martin.

      Amazingly, sensors are not yet detecting the usual faecal matter, thought the ‘bad cohice’, whatever that is, has yet to be sampled.


      • Guest says:

        Great contribution to the topic. And also it is very important that proof reading standards are maintained.

        Are we to expect being told what is not there on every post?


  3. All Seeing Eye says:

    I think we might need some sympathy for Michelle Obama here if she is really, as she has said, a backwards child. After all, she said in that “tear-jerking” speech:

    “Some of my best memories are sitting on my dad’s lap, cheering on Olga and Nadia, Carl Lewis, and others for their brilliance and perfection.”

    Mrs. Obama was 20 years old when Lewis first competed in the Olympics in 1984. She was born in 1964 and would have been eight years old when Olga Korbut was in the 1972 Munich Olympics and 12 when she saw Korbut and Comaneci in the 1976 Olympics.

    Sitting on her dad’s lap at aged 20 can only be clear evidence of being a retarded kid. Or a lie. But no-one from the media asked her which one.

    The only real winners out of this whole story are the taxpayers of Chicago.


  4. David Vance says:

    Boris Troll

    Be warned. Martin is on topic, you’re not. Watch your step.


  5. Asuka Langley Soryu says:

    Do they preface CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC and indeed themselves, BBC News with the word ‘liberal’ (which is a misnomer, I know) when mentioning them like they did with ‘conservative’ Fox News? No? Imagine <i>that.</i>

    Newsflash to BBCfags: Nobody ever though Obama was not mortal. That was merely part of your agenda. One which, in fine Goebbelsian style, you evidently came to believe. Those of us with the ability to think critically always knew he was just another Chicago crook who got where he is today solely by race-baiting and the grievance industry.


  6. David H says:

    And so the wheels continue to work loose!