Representative Gabrielle Giffords, the Congresswoman wounded along with 14 others in an assassination attempt in Tuscon, Arizona, is guilty of a perceived slight, when she refused to speak with President Obama, who visited her just before sucking the life out of a memorial service to the six people slain during the aforementioned shooting.
"President Obama visited the Congresswoman this evening," said Secret Service Agent Clint Hill, whose is 0 for 1 lifetime in his President-protecting career. "He spoke to her for about nine minutes, giving her his condolences and asking her to be brave in the face of adversity."
"I was a bit surprised that she snubbed him," continued Hill. "He asked her a number of questions, and she didn't say one word to him. She just stared at him, kinda blankly."
"She came off as a bit of a b-tch, if you asked me."
(Editor note: Too soon?)