What Sort of White House Releases a Photo Like This?
[Editor's Note: Maybe putting his shoe up on the desk is just a reflection of the arrogance and sense of self importance that dominates Obama's bloated view of himself. Spoiled people who have never done any real work in their life to build something of beauty with their hands, often have no respect for things like fine furniture, let alone historical fine furniture. Or there might be intentional symbolism here that is intended to send a subliminal message. In either case, we see yet another example of a man who lacks the sense of propriety and respect for ordinary things that most people would be respectful of because most people are human beings who possess a heart and a conscience about doing things that are destructive towards animate or inanimate objects. However, the Supreme Leader has no conscience about damaging historical furniture or destroying the lives of innocent Pakistani villagers walking along a road in a wedding procession and blowing them to smithereens with a drone strike because Barack & Michelle Obama are not human beings in the ordinary sense of the word. ]
September 1, 2013
This pic is at the top of Drudge (drudgerport.com) . It leads to a fluff article at the Independent out of the UK.
Clearly Biden is in staged position. Our commander in thief is posed with the Presidential desk under his foot, and his leg raised preparing to screw the little people that have tampered with his day in the sun. I perceive this to be a warning message.
I have arrived at a place where I don't have much respect left for the late President Reagan (as I find more info of his truth), but I recall that he acted as if to have enough respect for the office that he would not even remove his suit jacket in the Oval Office.
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