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Wednesday, April 07, 2010

by R J Shulman

WASHINGTON - (PTSD News) - Barack Obama continued a century old tradition of the chief executive throwing the first ceremonial pitch of the baseball season when the tossed to home plate at the Washington Nationals home opener against the Philidelphia Phillies. What was new to the tradition was the immediate and fierce criticism leveled at the president.

"It's no surprise Obama is a lefty," said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, "because its only natural a Kenya born Black Panther Muslim Athiest Communist Nazi would be a southpaw." "Obama's throw was high and outside," said Arizona Senator Jon Kyl, "symbolic of how he is always high on his own ego and outside the mainstream."

"It's time to pull the pitcher," said Glenn Beck, "before he turns the great American pastime into a Soviet Gulag nightmare." House Minority Leader John Boehner said, "Obama's pitching for health care reform was such a disaster, it proved that he's way out of his league," said House Minority Leader John Boehner. "Where are the Negro leagues when you need them," said Rush Limbuagh.

Fox News chose not to cover Obama throwing out the first pitch, but broadcast a rerun of George W. Bush throwing the first pitch in 2008. The old footage contained comments from Brit Hume saying Bush was a president "who will leave team America a winner with a huge surplus, clear victories in two wars and the best health care system in the world for the lucky man who will inherit the masterpiece left to them by George W. Bush.

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