This is self-satire of the highest order. Some parts I especially enjoyed:
Unlike traditional presidential libraries, the Obama Presidential Center will not actually have library materials. That is—it will not house former President Obama’s manuscripts, documents, letters, and gifts from his tenure in office—items presidential centers around the country all have.
Instead, it will include space for outdoor functions and picnics, a basketball court, recording studio, sledding hill, children’s play garden, and more.
As for the actual library documents, the center will rely online archives for Obama’s presidential materials as a way to avoid meeting federal standards in construction, raising money for an endowment, and paying the National Archives and Records Administration to run the facility.
Adrena Ifill, the managing partner of Washington, D.C.-based DoubleBack Global Group, a cultural heritage firm, said the move online ‘is in line with his legacy.'
Indeed, his legacy of giving the Queen of England an iPod loaded with his speeches, or giving the British Prime minister, who was legally blind, a set of cheap DVD movies like one might find in a WalMart, which were not encoded for European DVD players. I’m sure one can find his content-free speeches...