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Monday, 14 September 2009

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It Takes A Brave Man To Do The Right Thing

Washington DC-- President Obama waded into another controversial subject this morning, about the events last night at the VMA (Violent Music Awards). During the award ceremony, rapper Kanya West grabbed the microphone from winner Taylor Swift and stated Beyonce should have won instead. The bizarre, unprecedented incident caught the president's eye, and he couldn't resist saying something.

"Seems kind of stupid to me. Taylor Swift was just standing there, looking all dumb and stupid, when she didn't deserve to win. Beyonce did." said the leader of the Free World. "Kanya West did the right thing, he's a very brave man."

"This is a teachable moment." said the president in a serious tone of voice. "One brave man standing up can make a difference. I applaud Kanya West!" said the moron.

Later in the morning, polls showed 99.9% disapproval for Mr. West's actions, and Mr. Obama decided to do some damage control.

"Let's just all chill out in the White House garden!" said Mr. Obama. "I just invited Kanya, Beyonce and Taylor Swift to the White House. We'll have a few drinks, smoke a little weed and just talk about what happened." said the dimwit.

Mr. Obama said he would seek the Congressional Medal of Honor for all three singers for "their bravery and patriotism."

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