The Obama family photo by Annie Leiborvitz has been released by the White House for the public. The casual family portrait was taken in the Green Room at the White House.

Obama family portrait

Barack Obama, Michelle Obama and their daughters, Sasha and Malia posed for a portrait on September 1, 2009 in the Green Room of the White House. The official photo, taken by Annie Leibovitz, has been released to the public and can be found on the White House photo stream.

So what do you think of the Official Barack Family Photo? Like? Don’t like? Worship? Adore?

Meanwhile, here’s some interesting reading from around the internet.

William Teach at The Pirate’s Cove – Grey Lady Notices Dem Health Plans Could Harm Americans

Jules Crittenden – Maybe We Can’t

Planck’s Constant – You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong

Gateway Pundit – Figures… Congressional Raises Topped Insurance Company Profits Last Year

Jammie Wearing Fool – Your Government In Action: Four-Year-Olds Now Qualify for Homebuyer Credit

Hot Air – Pelosi: Constitutionality of individual mandates not “serious” question

Dr. Melissa Clouthier – What Sarah Palin is Up To

Toby Harnden – Barack Obama must stop campaigning and start governing

Tim Blair – The Beliefs of Grady Hogan

The Classic Liberal – Chairman Mao Hips Don’t Lie

blatherings blog – barack obama: ‘unbecoming, unpersuasive’

Patterico – The Campaign to Close Guantanamo

In the video below, you can see the biased ‘journalism’ of the infamous ‘tingle up my leg’ Chris Matthews. He slams former President George W. Bush and former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin while reporting that the Obama Family photo by Annie Leibovitz is released and virtually gushing over it and the Obamas in general. You can always count of Matthews to offer a tad of levity to a situation, if for not other reason than the contempt in his face when he discusses those he doesn’t like and the wonderment in his face when he discusses those he does like. You can get a good laugh looking at a man who calls himself a ‘journalist’. Ha!