His name is Chris Cox. You won't find a thing about him in Wikipedia. He's a unknown American that had heard a million vets were on their way to Washington for the Million Vet March. And he knew the National Park Service was taking some time off....with pay. But Chris has a lot of respect for our nation's vets and he wanted their memorials to look nice for them when they got here.
So he rolled in from the suburbs, his Briggs and Stratton home lawnmower in hand, rake and garbage bags, leaf blower handy, and began pushing that fool mower up and down that mammoth lawn that fronts the Lincoln Memorial. On another night Chris was spotted cleaning up the World War II Memorial.
It didn't take long for someone to notice the lone guy, a single concerned soul who set about to clean up the entire National Mall all by himself. A local radio stationed dispatched a reporter to interview him. He stopped the mower long enough to say:
Chris says there's no politics involved in this at all. He did say that the politicians, when this is over, will all be patting themselves on the back for opening up the memorials....he says their mistaken because Americans are never going to be turned away from what they choose to honor.
Chris said he'd surely welcome the help if anyone else wants to come out and help with the cleanup.
Then, as expected, police from the National Park Service detained Chris and evicted him from the premises. It seems that, while Obama and company are desperately trying to inflict public pain, Chris was bringing only tears of pride and joy.