A rodeo clown is not an entertainer, heís a safety officer. His job is to not to distract the crowd, itís to distract the bull.
Imagine how much guts it takes to climb on a bull and try to ride it one-handed for eight seconds, knowing the odds are youíll be thrown off to land in your face on the dirt. Most donít last the full eight seconds.
Now imagine how much MORE guts it takes to jump in front of the angry 2,000 pound bull who just threw the rider, waving your arms and yelling, hoping to entice him to chase you across uneven ground to the other side of the ring where you plan to time your steps so you can leap the fence as the bull slams into it . . . and making the chase last long enough that the thrown cowboy has time to limp out of the ring.
But do it sensitively. With respect for the President.
Or be banned from your job for life, investigated by the Secret Service and prosecuted by the Justice Department.
The guy who asked ďDo you want to see Obama get chased by a bullĒ was doing his job. He was saving lives, one at a time. If I were the President, Iíd be embarrassed not by the guy in the ring, but by the idiots outside it.