Thanks to the NY Daily News, we can all have Air Force One do a virtual low fly-by in our own neighborhoods!
With some stock images, few minutes and a couple of clicks of a mouse, a White House staffer could’ve placed the jet in front of just about any New York landmark.
We should know. We did just that.
But we can’t be the only ones with a flair for Photoshopping. Think you can do better? Be our guest.
In full Tea Party mode, I’m going to suggest doing this for more than just fun; I recommend that, once you’ve created some photos, email them to the President with a message:
Dear President Obama,
You’ve created a multi-generational multi-trillion dollar deficit. Let me help you save money by donating the attached photos of Air Force One in my neighborhood, so that you don’t have to spend more of our tax dollars on PR photo shoots.
All you have to do open a photo editing program (such as PhotoShop), grab a scenic photo, and use the handy “Scare Force One” image provided by the newspaper. Voila! Instant publicity shots for White House tchotchkes. It’s so easy, even I could do it.
You can create nature photos:
Family leisure photos:
Vacation memories–yes, that’s Scare Force One way up in Alaska!
Create new “Scare Force One” photos of your own and send them to President Obama. Let him know you’re none too pleased with the “felony stupidity” and expense of the “Scare Force One” fly-over stunt that he pulled on Tuesday.