Behold, the emotional spectrum of President Barack Obama

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The right wing likes to portray President Barack Obama as either one of two things: the good-times party animal you can spot in a Tag Team video, or the stereotypical Angry Black Man. Neither image brings to mind a good leader (and both are, you know, quietly racist). But as we saw on Tuesday during Obama's campaign-like economic speech in front of Denver's Abraham Lincoln High School, the president is all over the map in a matter of minutes with his facial expressions. And because we had a lot of unused Obama photos, drank a lot of coffee and were on Photoshop this morning, here is that spectrum, culled from yesterday's appearance.

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