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Thursday, 12 March 2009

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The famous celebrity Barack Obama

After a tough 50 days gullible American voters are waking up to the shocking fact they will be burdened with the Obama / Biden 'dream' ticket for some years yet.

Obama caused controversy by throwing a lavish '50 days' party at his White House crib despite many everyday plumbers struggling with their mortgages and bills. Reports the crib and grounds were decorated to resemble 'the projects' at a cost of around $3 million were denied by Michelle but the rumours will do little to endear Obama to non-celebrities.

The party itself was, according to one of those invited, "one of the best shindigs he had ever been to" and indeed the guestlist spoke volumes for Barack and Michelles popularity. Among those in attendance were - Oprah Winfrey, Seal, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, Floyd Mayweather Jr and Sr, Denzel Washington with his Mum the actress Kerry Washington, Carl Weathers, Gary Coleman, P Diddy and Fiddy.

Michael McDonald, Robin Thicke and Eminem were invited but were refused entry at the door by the Presidents Head of Security Suge Knight who confirmed, "yes they had invites but there was obviously some mistake so they didn't get in".

Obama - who has recently got a monkey off his back by signing the new 'Stimulants' bill which guarantees to provide absolution in the eyes of the law and God to anyone who admits taking cocaine in the past - is unperturbed by the criticism and was busy yesterday organizing his '100 days' bash to be held in Saint Lucia.

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