job creation!

“Excuse me, Vice President. Can you tell some of the construction workers to build a Lego shop here?”
– Jack Isakson to Joe Biden at the ceremonial swearing-in for his grandfather Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.).

VP: “I’ll tell you what, I’ll work with grandpop to see if we can get that done. We need jobs, Jack. The kid’s thinking! He wants to build a LEGO shop here!”

Speaking of Lego …..

Here’s a pic from Flickr showing then Senator Obama kicking John McCain’s ass during the Presidential election. Very nice. But the President’s hair? It looks like a cat sleeping on his head.

And here’s the inauguration at LEGOLAND California:

And, eh, here’s the President and First Lady during the swearing-in. Am I being harsh, or could there have been a touch more detail in the faces?

9 Responses to “job creation!”

  1. January 5, 2011 at 6:31 pm

    The Lego guy looks nothing like Mc Cain. Actually he looks a lot like Newt Gingrich. LOL

  2. January 5, 2011 at 6:33 pm

    And the Lego man that’s suppose to be President Obama looks like a black Rod Blagojevich,. It’s the hair I tell you.

  3. 4 majii
    January 5, 2011 at 6:45 pm

    Isakson is one of my do-nothing senators, and, it has me wondering whether his grandson asked VP Biden instead of Grandpa Johnny because he knows his grandfather will give him one answer, “NO!” LOL

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