Obama – Keep your feet off the desk!


Does this photo of President Obama in the Oval Office convey anything about his attitude and arrogance?

Would you speak with the Chief of Staff, your Chief Economics Adviser, your Senior Adviser, or anyone, with your feet up on the Resolute Desk – a gift from Queen Victoria to President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1880?

This arrogant, immature, self-centered man has no sense of honor, or simple decency.

While this posture is disrespectful in any culture, it is not appropriate in any executive setting. Further, in over half of the cultures of the world, it is recognized not only as disrespectful, but as an extreme insult.

He thinks of himself as a king, not as a servant of the people, humbly occupying our White House for his term in office.

Electing him was an enormous mistake and will cost us in many ways, for generations.

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4 Responses to “Obama – Keep your feet off the desk!”

  1. Just the FACTS Says:

    You bunch of hypocritical, over reacting, short-sighted morons…I wonder if brandy2424 feels the same way about Bush’s “arrogance and lack of dignity as a president. It just shows disrespect and lack of manners of a president.”

  2. dtr Says:

    freaking morons. Bush and others did the same: http://wonkette.com/413753/black-man-puts-his-feet-on-desk but I’ll bet you’re a-ok with him doing it.

    • lockdoc1 Says:

      No, I don’t approve of Obama, Bush or anyone else putting their feet on the desk. The Resolute Desk was a gift from Queen Victoria and should be treated with respect as a national treasure. It is one of a pair of desks built from the timbers of the British ship HMS Resolute, commissioned by the queen, and presented to President Rutherford Hayes in 1880.

  3. brandy2424 Says:

    Good Picture! A perfect example of Obama’s arrogance and lack of dignity as a president. It just shows disrespect and lack of manners of a president.

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