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Friday, 1 February 2013

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No Dirty Lawn Allowed

Washington DC: The Supreme Court is to hear oral arguments today in the case of Smith Vs Obama. Secret Service Agent Harry Smith, a staunch Republican, alleges that he was a special detail of one person assigned each morning to clean up the East Lawn after President Obama walked Bo (first dog).

The plaintiff Secret Service Agent Harry Smith is represented by T Jefferson III and the defendant President Barack Obama is represented by US Attorney General Eric Holder. The plaintiff's attorney is a distant relative of Thomas Jefferson, the first US president (1801-1809) to spend a full term residing at the White House.

The plaintiff's attorney will argue that a Federal Statute enacted by Congress dating back to 1801 specifically states "any person found desecrating the White House and/or surrounding grounds is subject to a $500 fine and 30 days in jail." The attorney general will argue that President Obama has more important issues of state to deal with and cannot be expected to go around with a plastic bag in his pocket or get his hands dirty.

On condition of anonymity, a law clerk indicated the nine Supreme Court Justices were anticipating hearing the case of President Obama's unconstitutional executive branch recess appointments (no advice and consent) that were made with the Senate still in session. However, the justices have to deal with any s**t that's brought before them!

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