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Tuesday, 31 January 2012

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BILLINGSGATE POST - Vice President Josama Bin Biden confessed this weekend that he advised President Barack Hussein Obama not to launch the mission that ultimately killed Osama Bin Laden.

Whew! That was a tongue twister.

During remarks to fellow raghead-loving Democrats at a congressional retreat this weekend, the mistake prone Josama explained that when it came time to make the final decision to eradicate the wily Osama Bin Laden or pound sand, he advised Obama to pound sand. Saying he had lingering doubts about whether the mastermind of 9/11 was in the compound, he suggested that the CIA operatives get a hand-written note from Bin Laden stating that he would be there waiting to take one between his running lights.

When the president asked his top advisors for their final answer, all but Leon Panetta wanted to go to the audience for some help. Bin Biden declared that "Every single person in the room hedged their bet except Panetta. Leon said go."

Referring to the president, "He got to me. He said, Josama, what do you think?"

"Mr. President, my suggestion is don't go. I would like to see a certified copy of Bin Laden's birth certificate and his college transcripts before we go in there."

The next morning, while Vice President Bin Biden was snoozing off a couple of double scotch and waters from the previous evening, the president gave National Security Advisor Tom Donilon the "go" to launch the SEAL raid that finally brought justice to Osama Bin Laden.

NOTE: Written without clearance from the CIA.

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