White House Warns: Don’t Photoshop Obama Gun Pic

Tim Blair:

CAN’T BOWL, CAN’T THROW, CAN’T SHOOT

Some racial stereotypes are positive. All black guys are naturally athletic, for example.

US president Barack Obama has made it his life’s work to demolish this particular concept.

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The MuBro  infested White House has released a picture purporting to show Barry Soetoro aka Hussein Obama “skeet shooting” at Camp David.  An activity he claims he does “all the time.”

The White House also warns all you mischievous internet types to not mess around with the picture.

Hilarity ensues:

The harder we laugh, the sooner he will fall.

Obama Skeet Shooting Photoshop Mania

Tired of laughter initiated by Obama’s improbable claim that he skeet shoots “all the time” (at least all the time that he’s not pedaling around on a girl’s bicycle, wearing a dorky helmet), the White House released the following picture, purportedly showing the metrosexual Moonbat in Chief shooting at clay targets at Camp David. I’m guessing he missed, since the gun is not aimed upward:

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Lest this inspire still more laughter, the White House issued a stern warning:

This official White House photograph is being made available only for publication by news organizations and/or for personal use printing by the subject(s) of the photograph. The photograph may not be manipulated in any way and may not be used in commercial or political materials, [blah blah blah].

Oh, you mean we can’t Photoshop it? That would be rich, considering that Obama’s lackeys at New Republic tried to prop up his skeet shooting claim by Tweeting this lame Photoshop:

lame photoshop obama skeet shooting

Naturally, the proscription was taken as an invitation. Now the laughter is louder than ever. A few examples of what Obama’s image-shapers have unleashed:

Compliments of Henry B:

obama shotgun photoshop

Compliments of Nobarack08:

obama shotgun photoshop

Compliments of Joe:

obama shotgun photoshop

Via Michelle Obama’s Mirror:

obama shotgun photoshop

On a tip from wingmann:

obama shotgun photoshop

Via Maser Media:

obama shotgun photoshop

Another via Maser Media:

obama shotgun photoshop

Via Poor Richard’s News:

obama shotgun photoshop

Compliments of Sad Hill:

obama shotgun photoshop

Hunting for supper, compliments of Sad Hill:

obama shotgun photoshop

Compliments of SooperMexican:

obama shotgun photoshop

Via Doug Ross:

obama shotgun photoshop

Also via Doug Ross:

obama shotgun photoshop

Compliments of stix1972:

obama shotgun photoshop

Via AR15.com:

obama shotgun photoshop

Via Free Republic:

obama shotgun photoshop cork

Assault scissors, via Free Republic:

obama shotgun photoshop

One more from Free Republic:

obama shotgun photoshop

The harder we laugh, the sooner he will fall.

On tips from Sweep the Leg, Henry B, and Ghost of FA Hayek. Hat tips: Breitbart, The Other McCain, facebkwallflower.

8 thoughts on “White House Warns: Don’t Photoshop Obama Gun Pic”

  1. “The White House also warns all you mischievous internet types to not mess around with the picture.”

    …….or what?

    The Neo-Communist in the WH will round up all the people that mocked the POTUS and send them to reeducation camps???

  2. Amazingly pale arms for “America’s First Black President.” Photoshopped? An amusing anecdote from some Government Minister from Kenya. “If Obama had been elected here, he would have been our first White President.”
    Sorry, not buying it. Not even leasing it. He wants to be remembered for Obamacare? Guaranteed. But not the way he wants to be remembered.

  3. Amazingly pale arms. And look at thr right hand/wrist connection. People here have blasted me for pointing out bad photoshop before. But what is,is.

  4. I don’t know much about shooting skeets, but it seems the rifle would not be held level. He is however an expert on shooting the s##t.

  5. “Some racial stereotypes are positive. All black guys are naturally athletic, for example.”

    Another example would be “All black guys know how to shoot an innocent target.”

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