Sandwich-gate, the next great republican sponsored crisis! It is what the do.
Why is this even a story?
Darlene, it's a spoof from the Onion. :)
Guess how Newt claims the "Food Stamp President" paid for that sandwich?
Ole Newt would, wouldn't he?
I saw this and thought it was a perfect parody of FAUX NOOZ and all the squirrel-brained conservatives who fart noxious outrage from their ears on any unimportant comment or action by Mr. Obama. Or his wife. The extremies have turned into a right-wing form of over-caffeinated meercats, ever vigilant with black-circled sleepless eyes, looking for something to confirm their paranoia about this president.They're really quite hilarious in their absurdity.
Beautifully stated. It was a perfect parody, wasn't it.
That's not a photo of Obama, it's a Photoshop job. Like Shaw said.
Like everything else Fox News does. The poster at the top of the column on the right pretty much says it all.
This IS a parody but… the general pitch of how presenters talk to the camera on US TV is generally spot on.It doesn’t matter if it’s a sandwich or an earthquake, reporters and newscasters seem always to be bordering on yelling at you. It’s always a pitch of excitement beyond what is required.Is there some school they go to for talking to adults as if they were addressing a first grader’s class on excursion?The average two-presenter him-and-her team are like Chip and Dale on LSD. And then shmucks numbers one and two come on and stick their heads through the screen to talk over one another.It’s profoundly irritating.
Yes, and I'm afraid these kinds of formats and presentations really aren't limited just to Fox but it is the latter which engages in verbal myth making, photoshopping and video editing in a deliberate attempt to fabricate facts.