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Wednesday, 26 October 2011

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WASHINGTON D.C. - In what is being deemed the worst timing for a political coincidence for some, it is also being dubbed a conspiracy too close to comfort for others.

When the news broke world wide that Colonel Gaddafi was captured and allegedly shot in the head, the Libyan people rejoiced, Westerners felt safer, and the creators of Call of Duty had another idea for a video game.

But what was hidden from the press was quickly leaked out from the White House. As you can imagine, the fact was leaked by the one we all expect to put his foot in his mouth, the incomparable Vice President Joe Biden. Biden slipped when a reporter asked him if he would wear Gaddafi for Halloween to spoof Obama or whether he thought CIA would shoot him if he were to be an Osama Bin Laden lookalike.

Unfortunately, for President Obama, the coveted leak is that his first birthday happened to land on the same day that Colonel Gaddafi had his first.

When the 'Birthers' first heard about the breaking news they convened on iPhones Facetime and began planning to link Obama and Gaddafi's same birthday by coercing the mother of either one to say she had twins when she was pregnant and named them Barack and Muammar.

And unfortunately, for President Obama, the Democratic Party still do not know how to defend themselves because passivity is what makes the world a better peaceful place to live. David Axelrod was reached for comment but declined to entertain the story because he was busy studying Herman Cain and exploring how deep Cain's blackness really is.

Although public opinion drew a scare from American citizens, President Obama's ratings raised because Americans love being spooked during the Halloween holiday.

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