Skip to comments.White House Coverup of First Pooch Poop on Air Force One
Posted on 10/08/2009 8:32:09 PM PDT by Starman417
What do you expect? There's so much s#@t going on in the White House they probably didn't notice!
Did the First Dog Leave a Number Two on Air Force One? Washington Wire- WSJ October 7, 2009 The mystery begins in a Pittsburgh bar where several high-flying airline types met last month.
The group swapped stories over drinks when three people present let loose with a good tale. Bo, the presidential puppy, recently left a present on the presidential jet, they said, and a flight attendant had nearly stepped in it. A White House press official was certainthe scoop on the poop was a crock. The press office checked with the Air Force One flight crew who said Bo had not desecrated the jet.
Other big news beckoned: the health-care overhaul, rising unemployment and a debate over the war in Afghanistan.
But we were nagged by a questionwas the pile denial a White House cover up?
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good dog, GOOD doggy!!
Surprised obama didn’t blame it on former President Bush - claim it was just another thing left that he had to clean up. Honestly, it would make about as much sense as all the other whining and Bush-bashing obama and his cohorts have tried.
Who’s the guy at the other end of the dog leash?
Not even Barry’s dog could hold it all the way to Denmark...
Obama advisers collected the pile and made their policies out of it.
“Daddy, here’s a wet stinky one for you and your friends and family! I only wish that I could lay one at Princess Pelosi’s feet.
“I’m sure that your slaves will clean up the aircraft!
“I love you Daddy Hussain, and your kids, and that standoff-ish woman with the canine teeth and big butt!
Love, BO (Barack O’bama, as he couldn’t name me after anything, well, doggy!)
Of all the things that are stinking up the White House and Air Force One, the dog ain’t the one doing it!
wonder if the pooch pile ‘wrote’ out his master’s initials, BHO....?
What do you expect from a tenant in public housing?
Dogs have accidents all the time. Why is this newsworthy.
Remember how the Campaign Reporters complained how Rank and Stinking “OBOZO ONE” was just after only a few weeks of use after delivery to the New DEMORAT Nomineeupon HIS ASCENSION to the Highest SPIRITUAL POST recognized by the ANTI-CHRIST Partyof Atheists, former known as the Democrat Party..:-)
That's our airplane, regardless of the person that it is assigned to.
Trained dogs do not.
I'm a nobody so read Rush's comments on this issue - he discussed it on his show today. He takes his dog on his private plane all the time. Rush's dog has never dropped a deuce in EIB 1.
I think it's a training issue (on the part of BarryO, or whomever is training the dog). My own dogs either clawed through the mosquito net trying to wake me in the morning, or went up to the front door and started barking when they needed to do their business. They never dropped a deuce inside the house (after the first time as small puppies).
What's newsworthy is that Obama cannot take care of a dog, the easiest animal in the world to train and he expects to take care of the entire US economy which is a lot trickier.
I guess you're not a dog person. Obama is characterized by his adoring fans for his charisma and caring. Rush and others have pointed out that he is cold and calculating. Lowly Altair, who has only aspired to do the finest engineering I can have always been characterized as being cold and a word I don't want to write on this forum. My dogs learned very quickly that the last thing in the world they wanted to do was something I didn't want them to do. (I tell Mrs. Altair that I speak "Dog").
If the 1st Dog is casually dropping deuces on Airforce 1, he's also doing it in the White House. It is the perfect metaphor for this administration - like doggie, liek master. Watch your step! in Obama's America.
This has all been cleared up. What was mistaken for dog poop was actually Obama’s Afghanistan policy. It slipped out of someone’s folder.
good point. I stand corrected.
Air Force One was filled with turds anyway...what’s a few more from a dog.
That would help alot in a plane. ;)
He doesn't crap in the house. He has thrown up twice, by the door, in almost four years. But, he started his residence in a wire "box". I brought him home from the "Humane Society" kill shelter, a couple days before the sentence was to be executed. I had just stopped by, perchance, and the result has become my fast friend, and companion. I think dogs are God's gift here on earth.
By putting him into a cage during the times I was away, he learned to hold his "stuff". Dogs, by nature, don't crap close to their beds. They are also eager to please you in every way. That's why you see pictures of dogs, beaten and battered, licking the one who perpetrated the deed. Dogs are trained and led. If the "master" is not a leader, they want to lead him. Michelle makes the news when she took the dog out on a leash.
The Zero's has no clue about dogs. Too many people are just like them. Ignorance can be cured. He is not ignorant. He is arrogant, and wanted another photo op. Note a handler for Bo, but GWB held Barney as they walked off the plane, and Barney ran after them on the south Lawn when George put him down! Good dog.
Good looking dog. I have 2 basenjis that are crate trained. They are very good about going out, but sometimes (being dogs) they get into something and have an accident... the looks on their faces is just tragic.
Training is everything with dogs. Spot has never "gotten into anything". He quickly learned "table manners" and sits or lays patiently for what he knows is coming. I don't let him down. I give him tidbits, but usually put my plate on the floor for him to "clean". I could leave a steak (or anything) on the table or counter and leave for hours. It will be there when I return. He will sniff to know what's there, but will not go further.
As for dogs and their emotions. There wear them on their faces...
My favorite pic! Spot and "Baby". He's looking at me "again?" Baby lasted over two years of chewing and throwing. Couldn't replace either.
Ok, you figure out how to train basenji’s let me know.
They’re way too smart and willful. They’re unchanged for thousdands of years and adapted to surviving in the Congo, where they are used to run down small game.
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