That aside, Obama stopped by Dreamworks Animation in Glendale, California -- reasons unknown -- and, whilst there, cracked a joke about his larger-than-life ears: They were the inspiration for Shrek.
How refreshing to know the President of the United States can make light of himself. Much of the rest of the nation would like to add tar and feathers as his signatured legislation -- socialized medicine complete with death panels -- is ripping the nation to shreds.
One would think the president could have don't something a bit more mundane; like play golf.
Obama was in the Hollywood to play the acting role of a moderate on immigration reform. Supporting actors including a mob of hecklers who, on cue, demanded that all deportations end immediately.
We got the message: Obama is actually deporting a handful of illegal aliens, just enough to prevent him from being tagged the most extreme of the extreme on the immigration issue.
Truth is Obama -- big ears and all -- desires to see an influx of Hispanics into the United States because the tend to support Democratic Party candidate by a 2 to 1 margin or greater. That would effectively cement a Democratic majority future national elections giving future presidents a Mexican-dictator-style control over a make-believe democracy.
Obama: My ears inspired ‘Shrek’
By MACKENZIE WEINGER / Politico.com
President Barack Obama on Tuesday stopped by DreamWorks Animation in Glendale, Calif., scoring cheers from the crowd for Obamacare as he also joked about inspiring the look for “Shrek” and compared Congress to the “The Godfather.”
Obama wrapped up his West Coast trip with a stop at the campus of the animation studio, whose CEO is Jeffrey Katzenberg, a major Obama donor and supporter. During a tour before his speech, Obama visited a recording studio and watched actors Steve Martin and Jim Parsons record lines for their upcoming animated film, “Home.”
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