Another amazing Obama photo

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Our genius president has done it again. In a group photo of national leaders at the Open Government Partnership event at the United Nations, President Ego decided to wave at the camera, blocking the face of the man standing next to him, so it is not possible to identify him.

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Ordinarily, I would suspect this is a photshopped image. But it comes to us via Obamaphillic MSNBC, and is credited to Allan Tannenbaum-Pool / Getty Images. Because it is copyrighted, we can’t show you the entire photo, only a thumbnail, so click on over to MSNBC here, and see for yourself.

If George W. Bush had done this, it would be on the front page of the New York Times, and every broadcast network news show.

More Obama photo merriment:

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Hat tip: Hot Air

Update:

The great Zombie at the PJM Tatler verified that the picture exists on the Getty Images website, and is not a hoax, even though to his eye, it looks fake. He also identifies the humiliated foreign leader as Tsakhia Elbegdorj of Mongolia.

 

Barack Obama, winning friends for America.

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4 responses to “Another amazing Obama photo

  1. I’m Mongolian. Why did Obama do this? I didn’t understand it . It’s very very 2 big mistake of course. Mongolia is very great county. If Tsahia Elbegdorj didn’t be here, but Chinggis Khan was here. The United States of American people was for scary of course. Mongolia is huge and power full. We have a great history and 800 years . Barack Obama and American people have to said “Sorry” to Mongolian.

  2. Someone should teach the Kenyan fraud the meaning of the word “decorum.”

  3. For what? He would just mis-pronounce it.

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