I'd been avoiding the controversy over whether or not Barack Obama bowed to the Saudi despot Abdullah during the G20 summit, mostly because (a) clearly he did and (b) I didn't think it was, in the greater scheme of things, that big a deal.
What is a big deal is lying about it. Which is what Obama's press secretary Robert Gibbs did the other day.
Word to the wise, guys: there are cameras everywhere and just about every public thing a president does is recorded and disseminated. You keep doing that sort of thing, people beyond the Royal Order of Wingnuts are going to start to question your credibility.