We're having a great time over here at the White House right now. Today, we are celebrating Greek Independence Day, which can mean only one thing: all you can eat Feta!
It also means the inevitable comparisons between Big Guy and Alexander the Great. This isn't a fair comparison on any level, however. First, Big Guy likes girls. Second, when Alexander took power he wasn't facing the greatest economic crisis in the history of the world brought on by the irresponsible policies and greed of a previous administration.
But there is one historic parallel I don't mind sharing. Alexander did have Aristotle as a tutor; Big Guy has me.
We're all kind of dreading the end of this party, though, because back when they lived in Chicago, Greek Independence Day meant another tradition in the Obama household: a showing of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" with the volume muted so Big Guy could do all the voices himself. And now that we have that 52-inch monitor, the horror will be hi-def.
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
All Greek to Me
Posted by TOTUS at 3:29 PM
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Is he going to use you to prompt him for the script lines?ReplyDelete
sounds like another busy night for you TOTUS
TOTUS do you have a relative somewhere that can accompany Turbo Timmy?! My God man, moving the FX markets back and forth talking out of both sides of his mouth. We are counting on you to clean this up.ReplyDelete
TOTUS...does he spray the Windex at you or himself?ReplyDelete
Totus, have you ever met Mark Steyn?ReplyDelete
You two have a similar sense of humor.
I love you both.
What?? It's Greek Independence Day!! DAMN! I could have made gyros...ReplyDelete
TOTUS, TOTUS, TOTUS!ReplyDelete
Seriously, how do you keep from getting a pot-belly with all those snacks at the White House? Do you and the Big Guy play one-on-one basketball?
"First, Big Guy likes girls." - TOTUSReplyDelete
IDK....Michelle does have that man walk to her.
Rahmbo's idea to save homeless children prompts Blackberry's for everyone! See the text message that did it. BOTUS-out ObamasBlackBerry.blogspotReplyDelete
What about National Medal of Honor Day?ReplyDelete
Hey, going with that Aristotle theme, why don't you pop that "moderation in all things" at him from time to time? Especially when he's talking about raising taxes.ReplyDelete
Didn't you watch the presser? TOTUS told POTUS to say "save and invest" instead of "tax and spend". Probably sent a thrill up somebody's leg!ReplyDelete
I love this blog. Best ever!ReplyDelete
OMG....the big fat Greek wedding reference is great....thank you TOTUS for giving us a smile while that baffoon you work for is in the oval office.ReplyDelete