A well-meaning class of elementary school kids from Syracuse wrote President Obama a letter asking him to come build a snowman with them. They knew he probably couldn't come, but expected more than a form letter dated a week before they even sent their letter.
Watch the whole thing for these insightful observations from third graders:
"I was disappointed because I think, like, his office could have did better," and, "It's kind of like he's paying people to be rude to people in his own country."
I feel you, kids. I feel you. (They have a natural flair for messaging, don't they?)
Update: For some reason, embedding won't work, so go here to watch the video, upper right corner.