'Office of President Elect of the United States'

A couple of friends emailed or called me about Obama's first press conference as president-elect. They went on and on about his stumbling and inept responses. (I didn't see the press conference -- just heard the sound bites on the radio news.)

First post-election press conference BO has given, I thought. Cut the guy some slack.

But then my mom called me: "Did you see the sign on the podium? Can you believe the gall of that man?"

Well, I hadn't seen the sign. I asked American Thinker contributor Otis Glazebrook to send me a picture of the podium. He sent me this:

OOPEOTUS


I nearly busted a gut. This is something straight out of Saturday Night Live. The proud savior of the United States of America. The new voice of the downtrodden minorities, the poor, and the oppressed.

He is surrounded by a bunch of rich white folks. He is standing behind a little blue sign with a made up little title: The Office of the President Elect.

Once again, BO can't wait to invest himself with the trappings of office.

Obama fake seal

Hat tips: Mom and Otis Glazebrook (IV)

Larrey Anderson is a writer, a philosopher, and submissions editor for American Thinker. His latest award-winning novel is The Order of the Beloved.
A couple of friends emailed or called me about Obama's first press conference as president-elect. They went on and on about his stumbling and inept responses. (I didn't see the press conference -- just heard the sound bites on the radio news.)

First post-election press conference BO has given, I thought. Cut the guy some slack.

But then my mom called me: "Did you see the sign on the podium? Can you believe the gall of that man?"

Well, I hadn't seen the sign. I asked American Thinker contributor Otis Glazebrook to send me a picture of the podium. He sent me this:

OOPEOTUS


I nearly busted a gut. This is something straight out of Saturday Night Live. The proud savior of the United States of America. The new voice of the downtrodden minorities, the poor, and the oppressed.

He is surrounded by a bunch of rich white folks. He is standing behind a little blue sign with a made up little title: The Office of the President Elect.

Once again, BO can't wait to invest himself with the trappings of office.

Obama fake seal

Hat tips: Mom and Otis Glazebrook (IV)

Larrey Anderson is a writer, a philosopher, and submissions editor for American Thinker. His latest award-winning novel is The Order of the Beloved.