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Sunday, 2 October 2011

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Obamacoccus Cerebrum Malfunctions

Atlanta GA: The Center for Democratic Containment (CDC) announced that the Obamacoccus virus, sometimes called the Democratic liberal left disease, has made a comeback after a 30 year absence. The new vicious strain of the virus is known to cause human brain cerebrum malfunctions.

The CDC says that 26% of Americans have already succumbed to the later stages of this debilitating disease and cannot be cured. Older Americans and Republicans seem to be immune, especially those who weathered the President Carter Malaise of 1979. Younger Americans seem to be very susceptible but, along with Independent thinkers can be cured via a vaccine under development. Americans who have not contracted the disease have shown no indications of soft spots.

Later stage symptoms of Obamacoccus are when the cerebrum malfunctions manifest themselves in infected Americans as a desire for a large centralized federal government in Washington DC that believes in wealth redistribution, overspends, overtaxes, over regulates and has lots of bureaucrats.

The President Carter strain, a milder form of the virus, seems to have mutated into the current Obamacoccus virus. Dr. Ronald Reagan developed a vaccine in 1980 to reverse the earlier disease. Following in this tradition a Dr. Herman Cain and his Republican staff are currently trying to develop a new more potent vaccine that can reverse the early stages of Obamacoccus cerebrum malfunctions.

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