A word, first, on that "rear-view mirror" thing, then, the hijinks
Why, on earth, would you, President Obama, bring in The Commander Guy, to the Haitian Relief Effort?
Is there a Convention Center in Port-au-Prince, filled with desperate people, that you can put him in charge of ignoring?
Will you have him just do a few "fly-overs"?
When Hurricane Katrina hit, I believe, he was delivering a birthday cake to Stumblin' Bumblin' John McCain.
Did you dispatch him to Haiti to deliver cakes?
Did Harold Ford convince you, that it would be good to hear his voice
Maybe, Mr. President, you need to check out, and look into deeper, the interview of Amy Goodman, with Randall Robinson, to see how boneheaded it is to have him anywhere near this, and how insulting it is to the Haitians.
Heck of a job, there, Obama...
And, on another front, we'll put our bets on this kid, doing way more for Haiti, then Mr. Ek-A-Lec-Tic;
Boy, 7, raises $160,000 for Haiti appeal
He's no Wyclef Jean or George Clooney, but that hasn't stopped seven-year-old Charlie Simpson from raising more than £120,000 ($195,000) for the Haiti earthquake.Oh, no, bicycles ...
Simpson from Fulham, west London had hoped to raise just £500 for UNICEF's earthquake appeal by cycling eight kilometers (five miles)around a local park.
"My name is Charlie Simpson. I want to do a sponsored bike ride for Haiti because there was a big earthquake and loads of people have lost their lives," said Simpson on his JustGiving page, a fundraising site which launched his efforts.
"I want to make some money to buy food, water and tents for everyone in Haiti," he said.
The Commander Guy might get in his head that "Hey, I can do something like that."
As history goes, no, no he can't
- Bush bruised after bicycle bang
- Bush collides with police officer during bike ride
- Bush bruised in bicycle crash
What's next Obama, have the former Shadow President Cheney take some Haitians out hunting?