WASHINGTON, D.C. - Representatives for both President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney have met and have agreed to postpone the presidential election from November 6, to December 4.
Both Obama and Romney agreed to the change which was devised due to the tremendous upheaval that Hurricane Sandy has caused.
Romney campaign spokesperson Cooter "Bubba" Ficklefarker met with White House Press Secretary Cal Colfax at an Enchanted Enchilada Restaurant in Waterloo, Iowa to work out the details.
At first Ficklefarker wanted to postpone it from November 6, to November 7, but Colfax told him that his suggestion made about as much sense as giving 63-pound LeAnn Rimes a book on diets.
In the meantime New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has let Romney know that he had better not catch him badmouthing his new found friend President Barack Obama.
The president called up Governor Christie and gave him the credit card number to one of his three United States credit cards and told him to use it to do whatever he needs to do to get his state back on its feet.
Governor Christie was so touched that he told the president that he is going to name his next born Barack; even if it's a girl.
In A Related Story. Reports coming out of "Big Bird" Romney's camp are that he is extremely upset that he has been told by the GOP Rules and Regulations Committee that he is not to say anything negative about President Obama until December 3, the day before the election.