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    President Barack Obama listens during a briefing with advisors in the Roosevelt Room of the White House May 4, 2009. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
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    1. roninzer0 72 months ago

      he is really concentrating.

    2. Marwin Morado 72 months ago

      Obama:
      "This football is damn hard to blow into. I'll ask for a beachball next session."

    3. mono2302 [deleted] 72 months ago

      Obama : "OK, who the hell put superglue on this damn football? When I find the joker, I'll make them ambassador to Afghanistan"

    4. sigkate 72 months ago

      "Mr. President, please put the nuclear football down."

    5. Jιℓℓ 72 months ago

      aw this is adorable...

    6. cbscharf 72 months ago

      Ah, the golden silence of my football flute

    7. jdog1063 72 months ago

      Obama:
      Hey, Look guys!
      I'm Doug Flutie!

    8. RW ©™ [deleted] 72 months ago

      Excellent.

    9. joecrowaz 72 months ago

      I bet I could hit Rush in the head from 50 yards!

    10. soccerstud 72 months ago

      Mr President, SOCCER which is "real football" is the most popular sport in the world. If you are the leader of the free world, you need to look beyond US state of mind. Have a soccer ball.

    11. Princess Stand in the Rain 71 months ago

      Pete, don't you love that Canon 5D Mark II? Outstanding camera!

    12. Nonerz 71 months ago

      I LOVE this pic!!

    13. ontrainthree 70 months ago

      See, right-on!

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