WASHINGTON, D.C.--When Sgt. Dakota Meyer learned he would receive the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions in Afghanistan, Meyer requested a meeting with President Obama.
Advisors to the President suggested that young soldiers enjoy beer much more than medals, so the President arranged the delivery of one keg of Milwaukee's Best Light.
"The President," said advisor Robert Norris, "decided to skimp on quality, but not on quantity."
What was, however, to be a little party of two grown men just sitting around the Oval Office patio getting a good buzz on and smoking cigarettes turned into a raunchy, booze-soaked bash thanks to social networking sites that hyped up the get-together hours before the meeting.
Norris: "We're forced to think of more creative ways in which to honor our brave men and women. Sending them their medals in the mail with a thank-you card is certainly an option under review."