I always think some of the funniest stuff to come out around election time are the “Do you really want to vote for someone crazy enough to want the job?” jokes.
Especially this year, I’m just grateful that anyone is willing to take on the job (and the blame) of leading us through recession, war, pestilence, and frogs.
And whatever else President-elect Obama is able to accomplish, the absolute highest hope I have for his presidency is that, God willing and all the stars aligning, my friends, The Express will be the last movie EVER MADE to feature a newly-integrated sports team triumphing over bigotry, failed quizzes, athlete’s crotch, and small-town blonde girls in leftover poodle skirts.
But I wonder if our President-elect might not be rethinking his ambitions. Apparently, the president is not allowed to email or text or instant message. Obama is hoping to have a laptop in the Oval Office, and if he succeeds, he would be the first American president to ever have a laptop on his desk.
I have a laptop on my desk IN MY KITCHEN.
Who knew that being a stay-at-home mom had advantages over being president of the United States?
What do you think? Would it be worth technological annihilation to preside over 300 million back-seat strategists?
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