“The schedule is one that’s relaxing,” he said. “The climate is warm like he likes it. It’s the perfect elixir for having had a long and busy year in national politics.”
Gibbs does have a point. The president has had such a grueling life in the nation’s capitol – with a countless stream of parties to attend, weekend golf outings and basketball games, and lavish trips on Air Force One. And lest we forget, President Obama has been forced to live in the squalor of public housing – where his every need is attended to by butlers and maids and chefs and gardeners.
Oh, how I pity the president. Indeed, he is truly worthy of a vacation fit for a king.
I’m surprised the White House Travel Office hasn’t used the Priceline Negotiator. Utilizing William Shatner’s services is a sure-fire way to save the taxpayers a few dollars.
I was able to get online and found President Obama some great accommodations at the Best Western Hotel in Honolulu.
“Maid service was great, staff was friendly, the room most importantly was very clean and adequate,” wrote one guest.
For just $90 a night, the first family could get free Wi-Fi, a continental breakfast, an in-room safe to store the nuclear launch codes plus a rollaway bed for Valerie Jarrett.
Oh well. As they say in the islands, Mele Kalikimaka, America.