Skip to comments.Obamas Erect Glass Pavillion on White House Lawn for Lavish State Dinner
Posted on 11/25/2009 11:36:59 AM PST by Starman417
They Party in High Style While Millions of Americans Face Hard Times!
Is the White House just not good enough for the Obamas? Why else would they erect a glass "tent" on the White House lawn for what has to be one of the most expensive state dinners of all time?
A large tent was erected for the State Dinner on the South Lawn of the White House November 24, 2009 in Washington, D.C. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama hosted their first State Dinner for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife Gursharan Kaur of India.
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What, they don’t have a room in the White House big enough to contain Obama’s ego?
Maybe the WH banquet hall is not big enough for all the Hollywood celebs the party was really for?
Good pictures, it looks quite pretty, not the circus tent I originally envisioned.
Wish I could spend other people’s money that way!
Whose paying for this?
Will that charge be on my next month’s visa bill or will it just be added to my taxes this year?
...and why do they keep throwing stones at the rest of us?
The field folk never eat in the Master’s house.
Everything is headline news with this guy. “Stop the Presses! Erection at the White House!”
Is that Coupe DeVille , Governor of The Commonwealth of Mass. sitting at that table ?
Your bill is in the mail!
Whose paying for this?
Guess. C’mon. I’ll give you three tries. ;-)
Wonder how many carbon credits the MESSIAH had to buy to heat this circus tent with gagazillions of propane.
What "most expensive" category does Mr. and Mrs. Zero not own? I think they blew away the most expensive campaign, most expensive inauguration, most expensive clutch, more expensive sneakers, most expensve date, most expensive jeans, and most expensive dress.
IN WASHINGTON DID OBAMA KHAN A STATELY PLEASURE DOME DECREE
Meh, Messiah paid nothing, we probably paid for it.
The grandkids of course....
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