America Asks: Is President Obama a Robot?

by | Sep 25, 2009 | Entertainment | 1 comment

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    A great video clip put together by Eric Spiegelman.

    Ladies and gentlemen, your President is a robot. Or a wax sculpture. Maybe a cardboard cutout. All I know is no human being has a photo smile this amazingly consistent.

    On Wednesday, the Obamas hosted a reception at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, during which they stood for 130 photographs with visiting foreign dignitaries in town for the UN meeting. The President has exactly the same smile in every single shot. See for yourself — the pictures are up on the State Department’s flickr (link below). And, of course, compressed into 20 seconds for your viewing pleasure.

    Watch the video (for some reason, this only works in Internet Explorer. Sorry Firefox Users):

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      1. Doanwanna Poopoo

        Funny.  And it worked in my firefox…fyi

        “thanks a lot, bin ladin!”

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