Monday, August 11, 2008

More Exotic Hawai'i

Following up on Fixer's post after I quit shaking my head 'til it hurt in wonderment at the inane blathering of a highly-paid, well-connected Repug old lady gasbag who oughta be attending to her knitting.

Then again, the 'Pugs are so desperate they'll try anything!

Honolulu Star Bulletin

Obama greeted the cheering crowd with a loud "Aloha! How's everybody doing today? Howzit!"

Ooh! Lapsing into his native tongue! Tres exotique! He probly says stuff like 'brah' and 'da kine' too!

Obama said "most importantly, that when you come from Hawaii, you start understanding that what's on the surface, what people look like, that doesn't determine who they are.

"And that the power and strength of diversity, the ability of people from everywhere, whether they're black or white, whether they're Japanese-American or Korean-American or Filipino-American or whatever they are, they are just Americans, that all of us can work together and all of us can join together to create a better country.

Now that's exotic! Damn idealist!

He told the crowd that his trip to Oahu is mostly for vacation, to visit his tutu, relax, adding that he plans to get a plate lunch. "I might go to Zippy's. I might go to Rainbow Drive-in. I haven't decided yet.

"I'm going to get some shave ice. I'm going to go body surfing at an undisclosed location," he said, adding that he plans to spend a lot of time watching his daughters play on the beach.

That all sounds pretty normal on a vacation, but he might have picked up a buncha Repug crossovers with that 'visiting his tutu' remark. Most of them only do that in the privacy of their own homes. Oh, wait, that means 'grandmother' in Moke.

I think most people can relate to a 'sno-cone' and 'lunch'.

Then again, the Repug 527s might label bodysurfing as 'elitist'. Ya need a lot of specialized equipment not easily available to middle America to do that, like an ocean and maybe a swim fin if you're really above everybody else.

Oy gevult! That was the most exotic way I could come up with to say 'Yeesh'.

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