Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Nero Fiddles

Taking a break from handling the economy and his rigorous golfing schedule, the white house has announced that President Obama will appear on an episode of Mythbusters, set to air in July.

Officials say the president’s appearance, which has already been taped, is part of a White House push to promote math and science education. On Monday, Obama hosts a White House science fair celebrating students who have won science, technology, engineering and math competitions.
“I taped a special guest appearance for their show, although I didn’t get to blow anything up,” the president told an East Room audience Monday.

BO hasn't blown anything up? Everywhere you look he and his administration are destroying the Constitution, the economy, private industry... I could go on!


cube said...

And this bonehead Obama, who evidently never took a math or science class in his life, is going to discourse about what????????

Oh please, I'm having that aneurysm now.

Alligator said...

I love Mythbusters, as do my engineering student sons. However, I think we'll skip this episode. Kind of CIA chief Leon Panetta appearing on "Top Chef." Don't they realize that taking the time to do this stuff does not endear them to the the public? It makes them look frivolous especially when most of the country is hurting economically and concerned about Muslim terrorism. What next, Robert Gibbs and Nancy Pelosi teaming up on "Dancing With the Stars" ? Play the fiddles guys, play the fiddles.

beamish said...

Obama on Mythbusters? Did someone ask them to see how fast Obama can read from a teleprompter?

Z said...

Oh, this CONSTITUTIONAL SCHOLAR is a MATH AND SCIENCE expert? NO WONDER our kids are doing so lousy in school... word verification is CODEDS (boys and girls in college, said with a cold! :-)

Brooke said...

Alligator: I could not agree more; they look uncaring and frivolous, yet their egos are such that they don't see what they're doing.

Beamish: HA!

Z: Exactly. Obama can't even get the Creator part right, or willingly chooses to ignore it, nor can he string together a coherent sentence without the the teleprompter... Yet he's going to tell kids to learn stuff? Riiiiiiight.