Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Uninvited Guests.......
Here's a beautiful response to all the hub bub about the party crashers at the White House recently.

From a Las Vegas Newspaper.

To the editor:

I don't understand why the White House is so upset about the two party crashers at Barack Obama's steak dinner the other night.

Is it really appropriate and politically correct to call
them party crashers just because they trespassed on
Mr. Obama?

Does that make them criminals? Isn't that discrimination?

Shouldn't they be rewarded for such bold and brave behavior? Maybe they were just trying to feed their family?

I would suggest that it's more appropriate to call them "undocumented guests."

Just because they weren't officially invited doesn't
mean they should be treated like criminals.

Maybe they should get free health care, free housing, free
legal services and free White House green cards so next time they can enter legally.

And they should be able to bring all of their relatives and family members, too.

How can Mr. Obama be mad at them just because they crossed over some arbitrary man-made border?

They were there only to do the things that regularly invited guests didn't want to do.

(Like hang out with Joe Biden.)

How can the White House punish these poor oppressed undocumented visitors?

Brian K. Shoemake

H/T-VLAD

The funny thing is, the incident above was the SECOND time this has happened.
We're just now hearing about These Folks from Georgia.

The improbable adventure of Harvey and Paula Darden, Obama supporters from Hogansville, Ga., took place on Veterans Day, two weeks before Virginia socialites Tareq and Michaele Salahi infamously crashed the Obamas' state dinner for the prime minister of India.

The Dardens mistakenly showed up a day early for a tour scheduled through their congressman.

The White House and Secret Service both said the Dardens went through the appropriate security screenings and were allowed into the breakfast as a courtesy because there were no public tours the day they arrived.

That explanation was news to Harvey Darden, 67, a retired pharmacist, who said he and his wife never were told about the breakfast. They thought they were simply starting their tour until they were ushered into the East Room, offered a buffet spread and told they'd be meeting the president.

"The further we got into the White House, the more surprised we were," Darden told The Associated Press in a telephone interview. "My wife looked at me and I looked at her, and I said, 'You know, I don't know if we're in the right place.......'"


This would be hilarious ........... except the same people who can't even run their own house professionally, want to stick their noses into every aspect of your life!

I'm really starting to hate this shit.

Gratuitous Picture for a Wednesday Afternoon-


Kicking Zombie ass.
That's how ya do it!

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