Video: President Obama Speaks at Michigan, Nixes Denard Robinson’s Presidential Run

By Adam Kramer   Jan. 27, 2012

Speaking at the University of Michigan on Friday, President Obama made sure to point out that Michigan’s fine quarterback (or wide receiver depending on the scout) was in the building early on when he stepped up to the podium. Outstanding move on his part, as he certainly seemed to warm up the crowd.

Although it’s clear that the President respects Denard’s game on the field, he crushed all hopes of Robinson holding down office for at least next year and change because he’s still in school.

Mel Kaper, the underappreciated scouting twin of Mel Kiper, has provided us with the following scouting notes on Denard’s potential run at the presidency in the near future.

Cons: THROWING MOTION IS TOO INCONSISTENT WHICH COULD LEAD TO QUESTIONABLE DECISION-MAKING IN FOREIGN POLICY.

Pros: WORLD CLASS SPEED, GREAT ATHLETE. THIS SHOULD TRANSLATE TO FANTASTIC ECONOMIC STRATEGY AND A LOWER UNEMPLOYMENT RATE.

(h/t Dr. Saturday)

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    1. [...] If you strip away all the politics and other silliness, he just seems like someone you could go to the game with and have a good time.  He also knows how to play to a crowd, so while speaking at the University of Michigan he made sure to acknowledged Dernard Robinson. [...]

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