All of human history has been preparation for the arrival of Barack Hussein Obama.
Last Saturday was the 57th anniversary of the woman's catalytic act of defiance aboard Montgomery public transportation.
To honor the historic memory of civil rights leader Rosa Parks, Obama's White House website posted a photo -- not of Rosa Parks, but of Barack Obama.
It's an eerie photo. Obama was four years old and far away when that seminal civil rights event occurred.
But there he is in the staged photo inserting himself into history via a Michigan museum, sitting alone in the Parks bus forlornly looking out the window as if waiting for his stop.