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Rey Decerega Elbows The President

Rey Decerega Elbows The President - Rey Decerega, Program Director for Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, gave President Obama Stitches when he elbowed him in the mouth during a basketball game. Decerega was no immediately named as the one who did the elbowing but Robert Gibbs later made the announcement. The President was having a little fun by playing a little five on five B Ball and Rey Decerega was on the opposing team. Rey went to make a shot and the President was trying to block. President Obama needs to learn he can’t block an elbow with his mouth as it cost him a busted lip and 12 stitches. Decerega says the President is a good sport, but could the elbow have been a little payback because Obama has not delivered amnesty to the millions of illegal immigrants yet? With Republicans in charge of the House come January, there is almost no chance of amnesty now for the illegal immigrants that suck up our resources each year. Maybe Decerega was just taking out his frustration on our President. Either way Rey Deserega and President Obama are still on good terms and our President is OK. No mater how much we may disagree with our President, we must always wish him good health.

Rey Decerega Elbows The President


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