The President and First Lady began spontaneously dueling, away from the camera's eye, during Obama's rally supporting Chicago's Olympic bid.
In ten months under Obama, America's image in the world is decidedly better than it was under the previous president.
We had penetrated the multiple rings of security, outfaced the bureaucracy of the International Olympic Committee and stood our ground to deliver information that the mayor, the 2016 Committee and the entire business elite of Chicago didn't want to see and didn't want to acknowledge.
After hearing all of the issues with the current POTUS, TWiB! wanted to go on record acknowledging that Obama is the Worst. President. Ever.
My first thought on hearing the news was to rejoice. My second thought was anticipation of the squeals, whines and bellyaches that America's extreme wrong-wing noisemakers invariably shriek.
According to a recent report the number of millionaire households around the world fell from around 11 million in 2007 to 9 million last year. The only region going the other way -- Latin America.
When I was a pastor on the West Side I found myself in the middle of rioting students on more than one occasion. What happened? Since the riots weren't caught on video, we didn't get any help from the White House.
Why was the GOP so elated with Chicago's Olympic failure? Was it the joy in avoiding the inevitable cost overruns? The security concerns? Or was it enough that Obama had failed?
After the Olympic failure, Chicagoans need something to make them smile. Get prepared to meet the Kinky Llama, Chi-Town's bicycle-riding sex toy delivery man. What's his top seller? Listen to find out.
While wrapping their vituperation in the American flag, these extremists masquerading as patriots are actually damaging the heart and soul of the conservative movement in the United States.
Maybe we should look within and rather than attract international visitors, let's look into our own backyards and communities and teach our youth how to be Olympians and how to compete.
The city will be abuzz with language and records of now from people who are normally never heard from, the youth. Seen and now heard. And safe.
With or without Daley at the helm, it's time to make some other big plans that have the power to stir all of our souls.
Obama needs a clear win on something very soon in order to re-energize Americans and refocus them for the difficult and varied tasks that lie ahead during the next three years.
Chicago is an Olympian city when it comes to literature and the arts. And what better time than now to remind us? Here's a sampling of some of those triumphs of the sedentary.