Arugula as 'Hope Salad,' and Other Obama Changes

How president-elect can deliver, concretely, on campaign mantra
By Kristina Loew,  Newser User
Posted Nov 11, 2008 6:27 PM CST
President Bush walks with President-elect Barack Obama down the Colonnade of the White House yesterday; perhaps they were discussing menu changes.   (AP Photo)
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(Newser) – In case you haven’t heard, Barack Obama wants to bring change to America. Culture11 offers a list of what that change might mean:

  • When daughters ask for a puppy, Daddy shouts: "Yes we can!"
  • French win fries debate in White House cafeteria. Arugula now known as “Hope salad.”
  • Secret Service stops worrying about first daughters falling down drunk.

  • President Obama wastes “first 100 days” after launching
  • "Out of sympathy for Jon Stewart, Daily Show cameras allowed to follow Joe Biden 24/7."
  • Water-boarding table “removed from VP residence.”
  • Joe the Plumber now handles any problems with the White House pipes.
  • Stimulus checks sent out “through Oprah to her studio audiences.”
  • On April Fool's Day, White House operator redirects all 3am calls to Hillary's house.
(Read more change stories.)