The Week in Pictures, Obama Faceplant Edition

Where is Jeff MacNelly when you really need him?  MacNelly, old timers may remember, was the brilliant editorial cartoonist for the Richmond Times-Dispatch back in the 1970s and early 1980s who took it to Jimmy Carter like nobody.  MacNelly sadly died of cancer in his 40s, depriving us of his talents for their use on Bill Clinton and Obama.  Because we could use a reprise of MacNelly’s “Official White House Portrait of Jimmy Carter” (first image below) adapted for Obama, especially after that Berlin speech.  To call that speech a turkey would be an insult to stuffing and corn bread; that speech flopped worse than an overweight albatross landing in a vat of jello.

"And then Obama compared himself to me. . ."

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And finally, because we can (and should). . .

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