A picture’s worth a thousand words. . .

from Reuters via Drudge A man gets on his knees next to a car carrying U.S. President Barack Obama as he pulls away from Valois restaurant in Chicago, October 31, 2010.

Aside from noting that this is a Government Motors car, what can you say about this?

I’m speechless.

4 responses to “A picture’s worth a thousand words. . .


    Be cautiously optimistic on the election.
    All the stops are being pulled out on the dem side.
    Vicki has a post that is alluding to the ‘Snoopy Dance’.
    Snoopy cannot dance just yet.
    Results can be manipulated due to George Soros’s buying of the SOS’s in the states.
    If the race is close, the dem liberal will win.
    Al Franken comes to mind.

    Snoopy’s victory dance will be on hold for the time being.

    As far as the picture goes, I feel sorry for the guy.
    Personally, I would never kneel in a street pleading to a pseudo government vehicle in front of a crowd.
    Set up for the picture, possibly.

    If that man has pride, he would never have allowed himself to be photographed in that manner.

    • roxannadanna

      More than sad, Ron. It’s pathetic, isn’t it? But I don’t think it’s a set up. Or at least, not something that Obama wants the country to see. He’s failed as a messiah and he knows it. Let’s not remind the rest of the country. . .

  • arlenearmy

    Glad you posted this. This photo was pointed out 2 me on twitter. I was shocked when I saw it.

    What worries me is this: if that guy is so far gone as 2 worship O on his knees, then what else is he willing 2 do for O? If he saw you or I with tea party tshirt, what would he do to us?

    • roxannadanna

      It’s stunning to me, Arlene. And sad.

      But you make a great point, as you always do. (You always have a view of things that I miss and that is one for the reasons that I really appreciate when you come here and post.)

      What else is he willing to do for TheOne and how many more are there just like him?
      scary sh*t!!!

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