Written by Hydrogen Balloon
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Topics: Barack Obama

Monday, 7 September 2009

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Out Of The Mouths Of Babes...

Philadelphia PA-- Little children at the Liberation Kindergarten School were forced to watch President Barack Obama give a speech to them during school time today. President Obama wanted to talk to them and then have the kids write about how wonderful he is. The Kindergartners saw through all the media hype about the event and responded with the fresh candor of early childhood.

"What a fuckin' moron! What a piece of shit!" laughed Dolli Monroe, aged 5. "Who voted for this idiot?? He thinks that he's Mussolini!" she lisped. The little red-headed girl had a hard time saying Mussolini because her front teeth were missing. "Everytime I see him jut his chin, I just want to slap his face!" she said.

"The guy's a creep." said Thomas Washington. The little African-American boy is only 5, but has strong opinions. "We finally have a black president, and he's a stuck-up prick who can only communicate by reading a TelePrompter. And he throws a ball like a girl." he said glumly.

"A real zero!" shouted Betsy Adams, aged 6. "I can't believe my fucking parents voted for this clown. When I go home, I'm going to put rat poison in my mom's marijuana stash." she laughed.

The little kids decided to send a photograph to the president like the one shown here. All the kids got together in the schoolyard and shouted out:

"Hey Barack Obama, screw you!!"

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