President Plays 90 Rounds of Golf: Another Historic Obama First!




by Ben Johnson, The White House Watch

Our history-making president has done it again! Barack Obama has played 90 rounds of golf during his three years in office, something observers say is an historic first for any president. Keith Koffler of the White House Dossier reports:

That’s about three months of golf, given that the excursions generally take about five hours – much of the useful portion of the day.

What’s more, it’s the 32nd time he’s been on the links this year, a record for the president. His 32 outings eclipses the 2010 mark of 30 and is far ahead of his 2009 tally of 28 rounds as president.

Obama broke the record during his Hawaiian vacation.

Add this to the U.S. credit downgrade, poverty reaching a new high, and two lesbians giving a Navy “first kiss” as another historic Obama first!



About Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson is the editor of several conservative websites. A seasoned journalist, he has broken a host of news stories of national importance and written sizzling editorials that started the nation talking. A former talk show host, he has been a guest on The Michael Savage Show, Nothing But Truth with Crane Durham, Crosstalk on VCY America, The G. Gordon Liddy Show, The Bob Dutko Show, and scores of local programs. The Managing Editor of FrontPage Magazine (2004-2010) and previously its Associate Editor (2003-2004), he is the author of three books. He maintains his own website, TheRightsWriter.com, which you can view here. You can contact him here.
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