Washington, DC/ Supreme Court Brief - Legal pundits are abuzz with the latest DEM strategy to control the country without winning the Presidential election! The Demonic plan inadvertently slipped out during Ambassador Jesse Jackson's recent good will global tour, boosting support for Barack Obama's new policy of uniting with Arab countries against Israel,banning Kosher food, and providing nuclear weapons to Haamas.
During several highly classified briefings in Iran, Syria, Venezuela and North Korea, Jackson addressed anti-American leaders' concerns if Obama did not win the Presidency as expected. Jackson, rushing to keep their support, assured them that contingency plans were already in place.
Citing massive voter registration fraud orchestrated by the Obama Political Action Arm (OPAA), ACORN, Jackson said that DEMS had assured that election results would be frozen for at least six months as the Supreme Court tried to unravel the mess, thereby negating any results.
Due to Term Limit laws, the office of President would officially be deemed "vacated" as of January 20, 2009, and the rights of succession would come into play.
"All hail the Speaker of the House, and Acting President Nancy Pelosi!" he reportedly snickered to a stunned audience!
An Obama spokesman rushed immediately to deny the Ambassadors comments. "Anything quoted from the Ambassador was certainly out of context, off the record, and at least 95 days premature," the peevish spokesman said. He further denied comment concerning a "tent city" being erected outside the Supreme Court, and staffed with ACORN activists who were quoted as saying "we're here for the long haul."
Meanwhile, a long line of interior decorators have been swarming to the Speaker's office in hopes of winning a contract to make the Oval Office "more feminine". Pelosi aides said the Speaker had more important things to consider. "Right now she is busy redrafting an extension to her 2006 pledge of things to accomplish in her first 100 days." Obviously," the aide said," we didn't do shit, but we think with a little more time we can really lower our approval ratings a few more points."