Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Helicopter hits Obama in the head

Here's something you won't see played over and over in the MainStream Media...

Apparently, Obama was so busy mugging for the cameras when he tried to board Marine One, that he smacked his head on the door of the aircraft. 

Every gaffe made by George W. Bush, whether due to his struggle with words or a clumsy moment (which all of us have, by the way), was replayed over and over on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, the Comedy Channel and the Food Network.  (Okay, I just threw in the last one to make a point.) 

Even going back to Gerald Ford, Republicans have been made fun of for every little thing that wasn't as perfect as The Messiah.  Ford, who was a football player, and apparently not prone to clumsiness, was lampooned during his entire Presidency for one fall.

Images of Bush falling on a Segway or on a bicycle have been replayed so many times on the major networks that hardly anyone in America hasn't seen those clips.

Obama hitting his head on a helicopter, though, now that's a different story.

Too many important things are going on right now.  We have to get that stimulus package passed.  And we have to deal with Gitmo and Iran.  There isn't a place in the media for something this trivial.  Besides, we can't show Obama having a weakness.  That would be un-Messianic. 

Expect a new line item in the stimulus package before it's passed:  Several billion dollars for designing and building a new Marine One with a larger door.

2 comments:

EatYourOkra February 11, 2009 at 2:05 PM  

Hope it's on YouTube and surely it's worthy of SNL material.

The Sniper February 13, 2009 at 10:10 AM  

SNL won't touch "The One" even though they have tons of material they could use.

As for him hitting his head... with a head that swollen from the accolades of his masses of devotees, I'm surprised he could fit it through the door at all. It's got to be tough getting through a door when you're carrying an ego that massive.

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