I guess since they had to swallow their pride and use
> the Gulfstream there just wasn't enough room for the dog and one other
> Did you know the Pres. flew BO, the dog, in on a
> separate smaller jet to
> sets well with all the unemployed, hurting, US citizens who can't afford
> food, but we can pay for this. The above is true. I Googled "Bo the dog
> flying to
> and got 76,700 references verifying this. One of them follows:
> Michelle Malkin: Just Plane Crazy: Obama's Dog Flies to
> Vacation on Separate Jet
> Doug Powers: The Obama's arrived at their vacation spot
> The president was the first to walk onto the tarmac,
> dressed casually in a pale blue
> later, the first lady, dressed in black caprice, a tank-top and sandals,
> walked onto the runway. Shortly afterward, Malia and Sasha joined their
> Baldacci and his wife, Karen, presented the family with gift bags full
> of Maine-made goodies, including baskets made by the Passamaquoddy
> Tribe, popcorn from Little Lad's Bakery in
> Bean bags,
> Karen Baldacci said the bags for Malia and Sasha
> contained one loon toy and one chickadee toy that sound their natural
> calls. Arriving in a small jet before the Obama's was the first dog, Bo,
> a Portuguese water dog given as a present by the late U.S. Sen. Ted
> Kennedy, D-Mass.; and the president's personal aide Reggie Love, who
> chatted with Baldacci.
> The president who said the rest of us are going to have
> to sacrifice to get out of these hard economic times let his dog fly on
> his own plane? Not enough room on Air Force One (a Gulfstream on this
> trip) for a Portuguese water dog and Reggie Love?
> My dog saw this story and wants his own jet now, too.
> Thanks Obama.
> OH, by the way, Mr. Love, Bo's handler, is paid
> $102,000.00 a year to take care of him.
> What side of the ballot will you mark in November?