Well, his poll numbers may be lingering somewhere inside the D.C. sewer system right about now, but fear not: Barack Hussein Obama can always find a friend or two when he needs one. The president spent much of his time yesterday not focusing on Iraq, and instead speaking at a townhall-style event in Pittsburgh. At TechShop, a member-based workshop where people can innovate their specialized industrial equipment, Obama fielded a series of questions. And, as you can see from the montage I’ve compiled with cooperation from Grabien, it was a rather friendly crowd. My personal favorite is the guy who asked Obama how his company can help the White House, instead of perhaps asking the reverse. And then, of course, the red-shirted man who had a completely inexplicable query about something involving his lasers. I’m not sure if that’s Joe the Plumber’s more soft-spoken twin brother or what.
At any rate, Lord Barry was having a great time, and he carried that momentum into this afternoon, when he tickled a gigantic scary robot giraffe that was visiting the White House for some reason. This POTUS definitely has his finger on the pulse of what’s important right now:
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