WASHINGTON, D.C. - Justin Bieber and girlfriend Selena Gomez met with President Barack Obama in regards to the lip syncing situation that has reached epidemic proportions in the music industry.
Justin informed the president that he and Selena are spearheading a project to put an end to the lazy, fan-insulting matter of lip syncing once and for all.
Gomez noted that well established artists such as Britney Spears, Madonna, Rihanna, and the Simpson sisters Jessica and Ashlee are the worst offenders.
Justin pointed out that Madonna's recent Super Bowl half time music show was 100 percent lip synched. He stressed the fact that everyone except for babies and some people on hardcore drugs knew that the whole production was performed to pre-recorded music.
Selena expressed the fact that when fans go and see artists and performers at music concerts they pay good money to see them sing live and not to merely see them jumping around all over the stage just moving their mouths in sync with the pre-recorded lyrics.
President Obama responded by saying that he agrees with them 100 percent and revealed that he took the two "First Kiddoes" Malia and Sasha to a Christina Aguilera concert this past Valentine's Day at The Hail To The Chief Coliseum.
He said that he was extremely disappointed, upset, and angry that she merely mouthed the words to the actual CD recording.
The president said that he observed that when Miss Aguilera sang the song "Genie In A Bottle" that she messed up and forgot to mouth the word bottle.
He smiled as he mentioned that Malia turned to him during that song and asked him why Blondie, as she and Sasha refer to Aguilera, had sung the word bottle but her mouth had not moved.
The president said that he was embarrassed about the whole incident and he actually went backstage after the performance and demanded that he be refunded the $393 he had paid for the three fifth row tickets.
During Bieber's and Gomez' visit to the White House the president gave the couple a personal tour of the Lincoln Bedroom, the Lyndon B. Johnson Hunting Rifle Collection Hallway, and the Jimmy Carter Peanut Butter Jar Storage Chamber.
March 17, is National Chicken Plucking Day, so feel free to drive out to the country and look for a chicken farm, go up to the chicken farmer, and ask if you can pluck a chicken. Most chicken farmers will smile, shake their heads, and say go right ahead.