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Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by Green0scar, Jan 8, 2009.
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Ahaha, nice, i hope he buys the conduit and plays it, after all, it does involved the government...
lol wow. very nice.
...Well the US military is using Wii remotes and nunchucks to control small robots so hey I'm all for Obama's love for the Wii. That's my president!!! I'm so happy I voted for him. He reminds me of myself...a lot!!!
A youtube video of him playing wii sports with his family would make my day!
Why is everyone so happy about this? Is it because your hobby has been validated by the president?
Obviously. We were all scared that, like the Venezuelan president (Ruler-guy?), certain video games would get banned...
I dont see how this changes anything, but it is still worthy of posting. Nintendo is not going to sell a billion more wii's now that obama love wii.
Or will they?
Ahh... the things that make simple-minded goobers happy.
Now if he gets into hacking...
*Daydreams of him persuading Nintendo to allow homebrew to thrive.....*
This guy's ok...
Barack is nice, but what about Barack em Rack?
I just remembered that Obama had that whole "Put down the Wii Remote and vote" ad that ran during his campaign. Now there's one in the white-house!
Yeah, this isn't an important news story, but I kinda find it cute that there will be a Wii in the white-house. For some reason I imagine Obama actually playing a few games every once in a while.
He only mentioned playing the Wii because he got his young daughters one. If he had older, male kids, I'm sure he'd be playing a PS3 or 360.
lol just kidding, Wii for life!
From: 19 year old male.
That's pretty great. It's interesting though, how just about everyone seems to like Wii Sports bowling. Perhaps it's easier for newcomers to the Wii because it doesn't require rapid responses like Tennis and Baseball.
They would if somebody threw a Wii at George Bush I bet...
That's a reallllllllllllllllllllllly strange article. Journalists always exaggerate everything.