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At Long Last! Obama Is Nominated For An Emmy Award

From Fox News:

Obama nominated for an Emmy — yes, really

July 10, 2014

President Obama and HealthCare.gov are in the running for an Emmy this awards season.

Obama’s satirical interview with comedian Zach Galifianakis on the web series “Between Two Ferns” was nominated Thursday for an Emmy Award in the Outstanding Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment category.

This is weird. Didn’t Obama just say that he ‘doesn’t do theater.’ Anyway, it’s always struck us as odd that Obama hadn’t yet won an Oscar or an Emmy. Since he has won just about every other award that is available from the lest. Including a couple Grammies. — But now that have finally found a way to right that terrible wrong.

BTW, we didn’t even know that Emmys were given out for a guest appearance on a TV talk show. But, once again, Obama is changing history.

The clip has been viewed online over 22 million times and is credited by some with boosting enrollment in the Affordable Care Act through the HealthCare.gov website.

Of course, the Obama-Care penalty/tax had nothing to do with it.

Other Emmy nominees this year have additional ties to the Obama administration: “The Soup’s” host Joel McHale was the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner emcee, and Vice President Biden and first lady Michelle Obama have guest-starred on the NBC series “Parks and Recreation.”

Hey, both Hitler and Stalin were very tied into their own entertainment community. Hitler even gave actors permission to dodge the draft.

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Friday, July 11th, 2014. You can leave a response.

One Response to “At Long Last! Obama Is Nominated For An Emmy Award”

  1. canary

    It’s Obama’s “no photo policy of the humanitarian crisis from illegals” that made him snub Gov Rick Perry’s invitation.

    I hope Obama, Michelle, and Biden aren’t rude, and show up for their Emmys.

    The star struck Obamas could pass baskets around for donations.

    Boycott the Emmys for their politics and secrecy.

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