Skip to comments.Ed Schultz on Visiting White House: 'Almost a Shrine' - to Obama
Posted on 02/01/2010 8:53:27 PM PST by Nachum
Agreed, this doesn't come as much of a shock. What's surprising is that Schultz said "almost".
Here's Schultz on his radio show Friday talking about meeting with Obama advisor David Axelrod at the White House the day before, along with fellow liberal radio host Bill Press and several other left-wing media types Schultz did not identify
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The list, ping
“you walk into the White House, in the West Wing, and there are picture all over, I mean everywhere! Of President Obama!”
Sounds like Chairman Mao-itis. Maybe the economy can be jump-started by sending teams of sculptors to major cities to erect five-story statues of Barry.
One thing that is common about dictatorships is there seems to be hugh portraits of “Dear Leaders” on every street corner(Hussein, Mao, Chavez, Castro, etc.). I’ve been in fear of it happening here in the US with Obama. It sounds like the White House has already gone that route.
Narcissist in chief
Any prayer rugs?
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Here's one they can put on the wall...
Or, maybe this one...
Whaddya think, Barry? Like 'em? I think they're really you!
Did he see this one of Obama taking Bo, the First Dog, for a swim?
Just an observation, but I’ve noticed most Jewish gals, young and old, have short hair/bobs.
Wonder why that is?
I have been to the West Wing when GWB was president and there is a long, wide corridor that’s lined on both walls with photos of the president which are updated every month. Ed Shultz’s description seems to indicate that he was ushered into more private quarters where he witnessed the ‘almost shrine’ unless he was talking about the rather large sitting room that’s at the end of the corridor. Heck, he might be talking about several of the rooms in the West Wing!!!!
ROFL. First time I’ve seen that one.
It’s an old pic. He apparently doesn’t often take poor Bo for a swim, or maybe he can’t walk on water anymore. ; )
Divine rights of kings. I think some people are just predisposed to living in a feudalistic system where kings rule.
I thought that shrines were only for dead people. My mistake, I think. Is Obama dead?
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