Hope and Change-up: Crowd roars its approval as George Bush throws out first pitch at World Series game

by editor on November 2, 2010

It was actually a fast ball down the middle of the plate, but we couldn’t resist the Hope and Change-up headline. Our apologies.

Seriously, though, wasn’t it nice to see an American president who doesn’t throw like a girl? One who wears man pants instead of mom pants? One who can hear the word strike without thinking of SEIU? One who throws from the right side instead of the left side (tell us there isn’t some major league symbolism in that).

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KimmyQueen
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He drives and sits like a man… and I mean… he wasn’t even trying! He just pitched that as if he does that everyday for breakfast. He didnt break a sweat.

Scott
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I loved how Ryan asked Bush if he wanted him behind the plate and they both laughed. BO has the catcher in front of the plate and still cant make it.

maxsteele
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maxsteele

I love how GW was sitting while driving the golf cart on the field. His whole body language and dimeanor was like he was saying: “That’s right, you dumb F*CKERS voted for Obama now deal with it!”

danybhoy
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danybhoy

Actually, he’s been way too classy to say that. He’s been kicked around quite a bit since he left office, & has’nt badmouthed his successor…yet.

perlcat
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He doesn’t need to. Barry’s actions speak louder than words.

KimmyQueen
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Exactly. Bush doesnt need to say what is obvious to fair minded people.