Jan Brewer Obama

January 26, 2012 by staff 

Jan Brewer Obama, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer got to the point with President Obama in Mesa, Ariz., on Wednesday. Brewer said ‘he was a little disturbed about my book,’ in which she described the President as lecturing her during a visit to the White House.

The best part of the already-famous tarmac moment between Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer and President Barack Obama Wednesday is that even though everyone in the free world by now has seen the picture of Brewer pointing her finger at him, none of us knows what they actually said.

What a refreshing, liberating and utterly glorious thing that is.

For two reasons.

First, it proves that even in this age of enhanced surveillance, pervasive media and smartphones that film every mundane moment in every mundane life, a few things can remain private.

Second, it reminds us how much more fun it is when we can all fill in the blanks.

Listen to any commentary show on TV or radio today, or any conversation in the supermarket, and that’s what we’re already doing with the Brewer-Obama exchange.

Since we don’t have an audio or video record, just that one pervasive still photo and a few other routine stills, it’s like one of those “write your own caption” contests.

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