The White House unveiled this portrait of the first family this morning. It's the first official White House portrait of the Obamas. The picture was taken by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz.
This is a nice family photo. But it amazes me is the number of people who go out the way to make a comment on what they believe other people are thinking. Comments like that keep the issue alive and provoke a response.
very beautiful picture may allah bless you with your family make peace with the world Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan. We are all one family from Adam and Hawaa, amin.
It cracks me up on how much some people will depict and and argue about a picture or what Betty said. Thanks for the comedy.
It would take any President more than 9 months to clean up an 8 year mess.
by far one of the worst laid out pictures i have ever seen... absolutely no reason to be perched on the arm of a chair, and definitely the dress is hiked up way to far on the leg to be appropriate. if we were striving to look natural, the boat was missed. the president should have had his suit coat on...
the room was way too busy which detracted from the subjects being photographed, and the urn on the fireplace looks like someones ashes. everything looked disjointed and plastic.
i also found it odd that there was an absence of the family pet as well as no american flag...
maybe having annie leibovitz do the photography was part of the bailout since she is about to lose everything... /:
Instead of the president of the United states and his top advisors being worried about pitcures, the olympics, fox news, and a local issue with police he should be leading our country. Its like a bunch of thugs running the white house. If things continue down this path, our children will not grow up in the great america that we grew up in. We will be no diffrent then any other country in the world wich seems to be the goal of this current administration.
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