Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Another Story About Life in the World's Biggest Fishbowl


The Washington Post has a great article about the Obama's difficult transition to life under the microscope and behind the protective barrier.




It's easy to see the trappings of the White House environment and conclude it would be the coolest part of the job. The fact is, the families residing at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue sacrifice an immense amount of themselves the minute they move in. I think too often we the people forget that these are human beings that live and work and are trapped in the biggest fish bowl in the world.

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