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The Sad State of Obama's Pants

While reading Jay Tea's excellent post, Bring Obama his Brown Pants, something occurred to me.

What has happened to our Dear Leader's pants?

You may recall that they were once "perfectly creased", but that was a long time ago.

That was before Virginia.

That was before New Jersey.

That was before Massachusetts.

So I did a little old fashioned investigative work to see if the crease was still there.

What I found might shock you.

Not only had his pants lost their crease, they had literally fallen down:


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Comments (2)

Actually he's been found to... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Actually he's been found to have no clothes at all.

This guy would do a much be... (Below threshold)
914:

This guy would do a much better job handing out Brown shirts and pants then Ceaser ever will..




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