Now that President Obama has been re-elected, earning four more rent-free years in the White House, and having won a wrestling match with Majority House Speaker Boehner, reducing the fiscal cliff to a pothole, the president is focused on his future. In four years, he may appear more senior than junior, but at only 55, in political circles that's considered a spring chicken.
The Tea Party will have dried up by then, and the union busting Republican Brotherhood will have gone with the wind, blown away by that cheerful old song: "Look for the union label…"
Unlike the trainwreck left by President Bush when Obama took office, Obama will leave a clean slate for Hillary Clinton, the next president of the United States.
Still a spring chicken, curious people are asking: What will President Obama do after he leaves the White House?
Unnamed sources are saying he will come clean at last, confess the truth and acknowledge, yes indeed, the Hawaii birth certificate was a fake and that he was really born in Kenya.
Tweet: Dang, I new he was no real American!
Tweet: You mean, k-n-e-w.
Tweet: I no that. You think birthers are stew pad?
Anyway, Obama will move to Kenya, take up residence, use his community organizing skills, (fine tuned in the United States) and run for President of Kenya. He'll win in a landslide, though some Kenyans will start a whisper campaign pointing out that Obama is half white, (the horror) and that he wasn't really born in Kenya, but in Hawaii.
"That Kenyan birth certificate is a fake!"
While Kenya is smaller than the size of Texas, (but with real elephants wandering the roads) after four years, Kenya will emerge a super power and tourist destination.
Still considered a spring chicken, President Obama will run for a second term. What is the agenda for his second term? Think: The United States of Africa. Remember his community organizing skills honed in Chicago? While there are only 50 states in the United States of America, there are 54 nations, (or states) in Africa.
A finger-snapping cinch.