Washington, D.C. - Not since the days of Bill Clinton's cloakroom trysts has such a scandal rocked Washington. President Barrack Obama has been caught in a compromising position, giving GM some head.
The financially troubled auto maker had recently lost it's CEO just weeks after the federal government provided billions in bailout money, leaving it to the president to anoint a new one.
The announcement had been delayed as the white house searched for just the right candidate. But instead of going through resumes and job listings, the president simply picked up a Detroit phone book and picked a name at random.
The President explained it this way when confronted with the evidence at his most recent news conference: "I didn't feel the need to be too picky. After all the new CEO will be just a front man anyway. I just felt the need to give them some kind of head."