Monday, September 20, 2010

Changing the P-U Factor to the Pew Factor

So the Obama’s went to church yesterday. And guess what? No asteroids fell to earth, no giant cracks opened up in the earth’s surface. In fact, turns out it was a nice day. Birds were chirping and folks were strolling down the mall.

I don’t know why there was such a fuss over the O’s going to church in the first place. It’s not like they don’t go twice a year. And the Reverend Jeremiah Wright is just like an uncle to Big Guy - albeit a weird, old, estranged uncle who shouldn’t be left alone with the children.

Besides, we wore recycled: that’s worth a few points in the God-bucket right there.

Thakoon at work for the American people:

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In fact, we’ve always worn recycled for going to church. All 3 times.

Moschino at Congressional speech and going to church, 2009

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Peter Soronen at Inaugural event and Easter service, 2010:

easter dress at inaugeral easter

In addition to church attendance, here are a few more things you can expect to see recycled in order to re-invigorate our base this election season, according to the LA Times:

An old cast of characters will appear in President Obama's speeches throughout the rest of the political season and beyond, an array of figures like his war veteran grandfather, his resourceful single mother and his physically disabled yet triumphant father-in-law.

Also appearing will be Barack Obama himself — not just the president intent on explaining his policies and plans, but also the man who introduced himself and his life story to Americans two years ago.

Wow! I mean just wow!

Has it really only been 2 years?

And just look how those girls have grown!


Got to run. Busy planning our farm-to-table luncheon.