Will President Obama’s efforts to give up his smoking habit impair his ability to perform his duties?

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What if Obama is having intense discussions with Castro over, say, Cuban statehood or sugar cane or oil imports and Fidel lights up a big stogie and blows smoke in his face in an attempt to drive him crazy?

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12 Responses to “Will President Obama’s efforts to give up his smoking habit impair his ability to perform his duties?”

  1. No Pinheads said:

    Obama will light up with Fidel so they can both celebrate his “victory” against Capitalism

    Both are cut from the same cloth

  2. Maudie said:

    Nicotine withdrawal can feel like you’re coming out of your skin. How he handles / reacts to it is exclusive to him as an individual.

  3. A said:

    Hussein will then pull out his crack pipe.

  4. Hank P said:

    Lol, actually it’s quite funny isn’t it? I wonder why people aren’t out there demanding he show his medical records to the public so we can be sure he doesn’t die from lung cancer while in office, such as they demanded McCain. Oh wait….. that’s right, because he’s part of their party, health doesn’t matter. Oops, I almost forgot!

  5. AuthorGirl said:

    Is this supposed to be a serious question? I hope so, because I’m tired of political cracks, period. It will be better for him to give up smoking, because a dependence on ciggarrettes is a weakness as well.

  6. davidgardner32 said:

    That’s not as bad as some of the things that damn Bill Clinton used a cigar for.

  7. Ingrid said:

    Better to smoke than to drink. I hope however that he can eventually
    refrain from smoking altogether. It is very hard for some individuals.
    Some quit cold turkey and others struggle for years.

  8. Carl Marks said:

    Did Bush’s drinking problem effect his ability to perform his duties…..oh, wait, it probably did.

    Who knows, who cares. He’s the President…..if he wants to smoke, let him. If he wants to screw (consenting adult) interns, let him. Just make sure he right the ship…..gets the country working again and repairs all the damage Bush did.

  9. Fish <>< said:

    Kind of hard to impair an ability you never had.

  10. deepeaceful said:

    This is soooooooo…Wait a minute, I am thinking of a WORD…I got it! JUVENILE!

  11. Can't wait til Christmas! said:

    LOL. No

  12. Dan G said:

    No, his incompetence will impair his ability to perform his duties.




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Will President Obama’s efforts to give up his smoking habit impair his ability to perform his duties?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20081207/pl_nm/us_usa_obama_smoking_3

What if Obama is having intense discussions with Castro over, say, Cuban statehood or sugar cane or oil imports and Fidel lights up a big stogie and blows smoke in his face in an attempt to drive him crazy?

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12 Responses to “Will President Obama’s efforts to give up his smoking habit impair his ability to perform his duties?”

  1. No Pinheads said:

    Obama will light up with Fidel so they can both celebrate his “victory” against Capitalism

    Both are cut from the same cloth

  2. Maudie said:

    Nicotine withdrawal can feel like you’re coming out of your skin. How he handles / reacts to it is exclusive to him as an individual.

  3. A said:

    Hussein will then pull out his crack pipe.

  4. Hank P said:

    Lol, actually it’s quite funny isn’t it? I wonder why people aren’t out there demanding he show his medical records to the public so we can be sure he doesn’t die from lung cancer while in office, such as they demanded McCain. Oh wait….. that’s right, because he’s part of their party, health doesn’t matter. Oops, I almost forgot!

  5. AuthorGirl said:

    Is this supposed to be a serious question? I hope so, because I’m tired of political cracks, period. It will be better for him to give up smoking, because a dependence on ciggarrettes is a weakness as well.

  6. davidgardner32 said:

    That’s not as bad as some of the things that damn Bill Clinton used a cigar for.

  7. Ingrid said:

    Better to smoke than to drink. I hope however that he can eventually
    refrain from smoking altogether. It is very hard for some individuals.
    Some quit cold turkey and others struggle for years.

  8. Carl Marks said:

    Did Bush’s drinking problem effect his ability to perform his duties…..oh, wait, it probably did.

    Who knows, who cares. He’s the President…..if he wants to smoke, let him. If he wants to screw (consenting adult) interns, let him. Just make sure he right the ship…..gets the country working again and repairs all the damage Bush did.

  9. Fish <>< said:

    Kind of hard to impair an ability you never had.

  10. deepeaceful said:

    This is soooooooo…Wait a minute, I am thinking of a WORD…I got it! JUVENILE!

  11. Can't wait til Christmas! said:

    LOL. No

  12. Dan G said:

    No, his incompetence will impair his ability to perform his duties.




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