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Wednesday, 2 February 2011

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BIRMINGHAM - David Smith, 16, is the perfect example of freedom of expression in action.

The youngster, whose freedom of speech is guaranteed and written in the UN Declaration, the EU Bill of Rights and other documents, is a keen exerciser of this right.

Just this morning he spoke at length about how much James Michael is a giant 'wiener' after he got 20/25 in a Mathematics test.

"Yeah, what a nerd," he said, using a right that his great-grandfather died for in WWII, "its so not cool. I'm cool."

Smith, class loudmouth, has used his right of expression to stall GCSE classes in order to make his ill-concieved points heard. He often would go on about how 'useless' school is, and how 'douchebaggy' learning was.

The teachers at the school were proud that Smith was making the most of his birth-given rights.

Of course, his cousin in Chicago is just as loudmouthy, saying anything from racist jokes, to his worn-out views on Communism, due to the super-lax FOS laws in America.

"The people like Gregory Smith [David's cousin]," said Obama, "are what make this nation great. Who exercise their right to free speech without retribution from the authorities."

As of press time, David was being a loserific loudmouth. Again.

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