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4 Reasons President Obama Could Never Be Considered a Tough Guy

Despite confessing to having no strategy to deal with ISIS, the President’s colleagues in the media have been running cover, stressing Obama’s “tough” and “fighting” words to the terrorist group.

While it’s a fascinating media metamorphosis from Nobel Peace Prize winner to alleged war hawk, nobody in their right mind is confusing Obama and his mom jeans with a “tough” guy.

Here are just a few reasons:

Obama’s First Documented Fight Was With a Schoolgirl

In his book, Dreams From My Father, Barack Obama admits to having to get all rough and tumble with a school girl classmate of his. Seems teasing that she may have been a girlfriend of Obama’s was too much to bear, so the future President did the only thing he could – he roughed her up.

Before my arrival she had been the only black person in our grade. She was plump and dark and didn’t seem to have many friends. I ran up to Coretta and gave her a slight shove. She staggered back and looked up at me, but still said nothing. ‘Leave me alone,’ I shouted again. And suddenly Coretta was running, faster and faster until she disappeared from sight. Appreciative laughs rose around me.

Um … they weren’t laughing in appreciation. And they weren’t laughing with you. They were laughing at you.

This Is Not the Workout Routine of a Tough Guy

Apparently, the President’s personal athletic trainer is this fella …

A Tough Guy Would Never Be Photographed Like This







President Mom Jeans

Nothing says rugged individual quite like showing up on a professional baseball diamond sporting an outfit featuring mom jeans, and a throwing motion that looks like this:


I’m not actually sure which is worse for his tough guy image, the jeans or the fact that the aforementioned throwing motion looks eerily similar to this:


By contrast, we ask who has the more athletic approach at the mound? The President, or this lovely young lady? Agnes McKee, at the young age of 105…


No seriously, we’d like to know.  Please vote in the comments section below.