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Barack Obama Tells High School Kids He Was Too Drunk to Remember Graduation

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Posted: June 12, 2014
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President Barack was in Worcester, Massachusetts talking to a graduating high school class. He tells this story about just how little he remembers about his high school graduation.

Here is the transcript:


BARACK OBAMA: I have to say I do not remember my high school graduation speaker.

 

I have no idea who it was. I’m sure I was thinking about the party after graduation.

 

I don’t remember the party either. I am just telling the truth here.

The kids hoot and cheer at the hip joke. Because he was drunk at his graduation party. Or maybe really putting the HIGH in “high school” instead.

What a great message for the kids from the Leader of the Free World!

http://www.thepoliticalinsider.com/barack-obama-tells-high-school-kids-drunk-remember-graduation/
« Last Edit: June 13, 2014, 06:21:38 AM by rangerrebew »
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Any of you parents know there are just some things about your childhood or young adult life that is best not told to your children. This would be one.    What an idiot.

Message he sent – It’s cool to be a stoner, and if you are, guess what? You can still become the president of the United States.
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Any of you parents know there are just some things about your childhood or young adult life that is best not told to your children. This would be one.    What an idiot.

Message he sent – It’s cool to be a stoner, and if you are, guess what? You can still become the president of the United States.

You're right Navy.  Stuff like that makes me cringe.  Obama fiddles while we burn!

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Any of you parents know there are just some things about your childhood or young adult life that is best not told to your children. This would be one.    What an idiot.

Message he sent – It’s cool to be a stoner, and if you are, guess what? You can still become the president of the United States.

Exactly.  I tell my kids nothing because I'm ashamed of it now and don't want them to repeat it.  My brother told his kids all his old high school stories and they seemed determined to out-do him.  I'm just glad they're still alive.

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