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Was It Just Us Or Was Obamajam Worse This Time

OBAMAJAM (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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So was it just us or was Obamajam somehow worse this time?

I mean we all got advance warning right? And it's not like it's the first time the President has come to the Southland and ruined our rush hour commute for all of us.

Perhaps it was the giant, gaping unused streets that did it:

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Plenty of us voiced our frustration on Twitter. The #ThanksObama hashtags were out in full force:

At least Steve Lopez at the L.A. Times got to make some Content Gold out of it:

And like a one night stand that just doesn't know when to get up and leave, he decided to also ruin our morning commute on Friday the 13th:

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Thank god it's over now. 'Til next time, Barry.

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