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Thursday, 4 July 2013

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Vice-President Joe Biden will be in charge of The White House Weenie Roast. (Photo provided by Beyonce).

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Vice-President Joe Biden asked the commander-in-chief if he could throw a little holiday White House Weenie Roast in the backyard of the White House.

The president answered that he thought it would be a great idea and a fabulous photo opportunity to show him the first mama and the first kiddoes.

President Obama asked the vice-president what the theme of the weenie roast was going to be.

Biden laughed, tugged at his shirt collar, and said that he is calling it A July 4th White House Weenie Roast Featuring Our GOP Pals.

"Say what?" The president asked.

"Yes, Mr. President, I truly feel that it is time that we allow our 2012 presidential campaign adversaries including Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, and Rick Perry an opportunity to put aside any anger, hatred, rancor, and bitterness that they may still be harboring from the presidential election in which you and I sir, kicked their butts all the way from Maine to California."

"Good idea, Joey," The president remarked, "But I will not allow that Loose Moose woman from Alaska to come anywhere near the White House."

"Gotcha Mr. President," Biden remarked, "Hell, I can't stand old Reindeer Hormones either."

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