Wonder who got a mile high club lap dance on Air Force One when it buzzed N.Y.C?

@Fortunata (1136)
United States
April 29, 2009 1:24pm CST
I wonder if they(White House) will ever release a list of who was on Air Force One when it flew low over New York City? I hope they enjoyed themselves, at our expense, of course. I'm sure alcoholic beverages and appeitizers were served. This reminds me of the kind of crap the Clintons used to pull for so called 'fundraising', letting people sleep in the Lincoln bedroom. This is more outrageous though, not to mention expensive to the taxpayers-some 3 hundred thousand dollars. Nobody believes that this was a genuine photo op-in fact, they could have photoshopped the plane over the skyline for a hell of a lot less money.
2 responses
@dragon54u (31604)
• United States
30 Apr 09
What gets to me about all this is that the Prez says he's outraged and will get to the bottom of it in a couple of weeks. Couple of weeks?! He's the Prez! You mean he doesn't know who is taking his jet?! And he can't find the answer to that question in less than 20 minute?! Something is really fishy here. And with the economy the way it is, why the need for another picture?! The old one is still good.
@Fortunata (1136)
• United States
30 Apr 09
It's all B.S. He thinks we're stupid, and that the Swine flu news will cover up all his mistakes. I'm angry that he didn't get asked that question at his press conference. A man who worked with Clinton years ago, who used to carry the 'football'(portable phone in case of nuclear war) told someone that Obama had to have known where the plane was, and what it was being used for. He also said that he is frightened for the country, because Obama is just like his old boss, Bill Clinton-he'll do what he wants for shizz and giggles, and doesn't care what anyone thinks.
@Taskr36 (13925)
• United States
29 Apr 09
I believe $383,000 was closer to the actual total. I could have photoshopped the same picture in 5 seconds using stock images of Air Force 1 and the statue of liberty. I wouldn't have charged $383,000 for it either.