White House photograph Pete Sueza snapped a telling shot of President Barack Obama running through a corridor of the White House with First Dog Bo.
Representative Darrell Issa (R-CA 49th) took a great verbal snap with this snapshot by combining this picture with the controversy of the Obama Administration's cancellation of White House tours supposedly due to Sequestration. Issa's commentary was "We've finally got he place to ourselves..." along with the caption "Our Capitol doors are always open".
On a related note, President Obama blamed the Secret Service on Wednesday for laying off personnel due to the sequester and he has hinted at the resumption of tours for student groups of the American People's House.
It should be noted that this statement comes after what ABC News' George Stephanopolis characterized as "considerable heat" over the cancellations. Several prominent people, including Fox News Channel anchor Eric Bolling along with real estate mogul and "The Apprentice" host Donald Trump had offered to write checks to continue the White House tours after the Sequester.
It seems that the Obama Administration is shifting the heat, as there are current headlines that the sequestration's "shoestring" budgeting (which is just cutting the rate of increase of the federal budget) will cancel the Fourth of July concert and fireworks on the National Mall. At least this aggressive austerity does not indiscriminately release incarcerated illegal aliens. And no Independence Day celebration would allow the Ellipse to be a gigantic dog run. Or a nearby golf course on Federal land.