Well, that's nice . . . Pretty cool really.But it's not a
selfie.A selfie is a picture of oneself, maybe with others, usually
taken at arms length.. . . just sayin'.
Cool story. Just a note this is not a selfie, which by definition would have to
include in the photo the person who is taking the photo.
Two of the three images are clearly "selfies".What gives,
Who cares about the "selfie" issue?This is cool! Awesome
Really cool to meet the President!
That's pretty cool!
I bet had BO known they were from Utah he would have ignored them
I don't necessarily agree with the President's politics, but it was a
nice gesture on his part.
A class act from a great leader.
Cool? Selfie? Great Leader. Really? Because he doesn't govern but hangs out
for a photo op? Nothing else is going on in barry's life. Thanks for
getting to the bottom of all the scandals, barry. Period
Why is he taking selfies when he should be answering question about Benghazi!?
@ lost in DC : boneheaded, but not a smidgenCome on guys. Comments
like those you wrote don't hurt the President. Those comments just
illustrate your own mind set. Relax, breath and enjoy it. It was a
nice gesture. Just give it that. O.K.?
Baccus0902,what makes you think we are trying to hurt BO?Nah,
he's just out campaigning and they are just his dupes.
slcdenizen is spot on; let's not get distracted from the things that
matter. In fact, how do we know this "sudden" interaction on
the street wasn't an orchestrated covert meeting between Obama and parr of
his secret cabinet of Benghazi secret-keeper type guys. I mean, what better
cover for retaining all the horrible, nasty, no good Benghazi truths than to
pretend to be a BYU student? I think this calls for a House committee
investigation immediately! Also, I'm pretty sure if you look
at the second picture and squint, you'll see what really happened in
Reminds me of the time I had a serendipitous lunch with Marie Osmond at the BYU
Cougar Eat. It was 1977. I think she was 17. My take away from the encounter was
Marie was another Lovely BYU Coed. Gee, there were so many of them then. How was
I to know my San Diego Single's ward Elder's Quorem President would
marry her several later. Life is amusing for sure.
But first, let me take a selfie!#Selfie
My, we have become such a critical culture, haven't we? Oh, wait, look, I
am doing it now. Sorry. How sad that we need to complain when we see
our president acting like an actual human being? "He should be doing his
job!" Come on, how many of you take a break for your duties during the day?
lost in DC campaigning? Really did the law change that the President can run
for a third term? Great guy being a nice guy. But it does show the mindset of
those who hate him.
Curmudgeonly comments aside...congratulations, you guys! It's gotta be a
once-in-a-lifetime thing that anyone gets to meet a President, and especially
spontaneously, without the arranged speech or town hall surrounding the event.
Just out of the blue! And not all of them felt comfortable about going about
meeting people in public; some have been introverts, actually. Oh, BTW,
it's my hometown, so I hope you enjoyed yourself!
Do you think they felt his handshake?