We’re all sort of used to the creepy factor this administration emanates, but the editing of the Presidential biographies to include Obama goes beyond creepy and into ‘Dear Leader’ realm. It’s frankly disgusting.
My partner in crime on my Facebook Page, #DevilDog, brought to my attention the entry for George W. Bush. Now I am bringing the absurdity to your attention. The bio itself is intact, but scroll to the bottom:
Did you know?
- In 2002, President George W. Bush’s State of the Union was the first to be live broadcast on the Internet. In 2011 and 2012, President Obama’s State of the Union speeches were available in an enhanced live stream version that featured infographics, charts and data side-by-side in real time with the President’s speech.
Obama just couldn’t leave it alone. So, next to Bush – the first son of U.S. President to also achieve the office, who dealt with the largest, most devastating terror attack in history and who took down a genocidal dictator like Saddam Hussein – Obama is the better internet President because he used enhanced live streaming and had pretty charts. Got it!
I. Can’t. Stop. Laughing.
While I find the slide-show President to be hilarious, I doubt Clinton of George H. W. Bush are laughing about theirs. I’m pretty sure Reagan is rolling over in his grave about the addition to his. I can’t get into it without my blood pressure exploding, so I’ll link to my previous statements on it here.
Check out the other President’s he altered; he started with Coolidge but skipped Ford for some reason. Perhaps that reason is Ford actually was a lot of what Obama has claimed to be. After all, who needs to draw attention to a President that under terrible pressure and adverse circumstances actually had quite a large dose of success? Or maybe the White House didn’t want to tip its hand with the next shiny object or perhaps even are trying to keep from being tied to said shiny object lest they make their own version of Watergate (but this one has over 200 corpses) become actual mainstream news during an election year.