Following a number of recent security lapses at the White House, President Obama joked about finding a solution to the problem at this weekend's White House Correspondents' Dinner, which included one Sen. John McCain keeping those damn trouble makers off of the President's lawn.
McCain was asked about the joke on this Sunday's State of the Union on CNN and seemed to take the ribbing pretty well.
Senator John McCain responded on Sunday to President Barack Obama's joke at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner that his 2008 presidential rival that could be the White House's best line of defense against recent security breaches.
"I'm reporting for duty on Monday morning in my usual laid back, casual style," McCain, a former Navy pilot, said on CNN's "State of the Union." '"I'm telling you: I'll get that Secret Service squared away."
At the White House Correspondents' Association's annual dinner, Obama had shown a photoshopped image of the 78-year-old Arizona Republican holding a broom and the president said he had come up with "a fool proof way to keep people off my lawn."
To add insult to injury, this was a follow up question to substitute host Jim Acosta asking McCain if he'd be willing to serve as Vice President for either Rand Paul or Lindsey Graham if either were to win their party's presidential nomination. Ouch.
These Sunday show hosts keep that up and McCain might refuse to keep coming on these bobble head shows....
Naaahhh. Who am I kidding?