December 14, 2010

"Oh, I thought you said it was a 'no lapels' party."

Meade said, noting...



Independently, Pogo also got to "no lapels" and recommended that the "No Labels" folk don Nehru jackets:

14 comments:

PaulV said...

I have mine somewhere in attic

Pogo said...

Obama needs a chain to complete the look.

Sammy Davis knew how to do it.

edutcher said...

The Zero looks so....

Mao.

AJ Lynch said...

I still have one too- same color as the one The One is wearing in that picture.

E.M. Davis said...

You'd think as POTUS he could get one that was tailored. He looks sloppy.

Dust Bunny Queen said...
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Dust Bunny Queen said...

Well, you know, with a return of the 70's economy, inflation/stagflation/fuel shortages etc......the 70's fashions had to come back.

God help us.

Bruce Hayden said...

That wasn't what first went through my mind. Rather, I thought of all those Arabs who wear long white starched shirts that look somewhat similar. And thought that if this was a President who was trying to minimize his Muslim heritage with the American people, that this was not a good look for him.

virgil xenophon said...

"God help us"

Uh, DBQ, shhhh! have you noticed how Ann dresses--still? LOL!

New "Hussein" Ham said...

You're all wrong: The look is pure Chairman Mao.

Lindsey said...

WTF. Why is he wearing that in public?

ricpic said...

Zero is the kind of zero who thinks that putting on a "spiritual" garment renders him "spiritual." More spiritual than thou, that's fer shur. That's what his elevated pose tells me.

Trooper York said...

Well at least now we know he is a Chinese Communist.

Michelle Dulak Thomson said...

DBQ,

Well, you know, with a return of the 70's economy, inflation/stagflation/fuel shortages etc......the 70's fashions had to come back.

Don't, oh please don't, say that. I was just a kid in the 70s, but even so there are fashion memories I shudder at. (Brought back, I admit, by recent streaming of "Columbo" episodes via Netflix, but still ... )

wv: malydro. A word you can use in Oregon; I walked a few miles in a downpour of certified malydro just this morning.