In what many analysts are describing as a landmark decision in his career as President of the United States, Barrack Obama ordered the execution of Senator Joe Wilson, formerly of South Carolina. This decree comes only 18 hours after the disgraced Senator had the audacity to interrupt an official Presidential address with a remark that many people considered less than optimistic.
In his defense, Joe remarked, "I wasn't trying to be a rude. The fact is I was hypnotized by an angry right-wing activist, and can't resist the urge to make comments whenever someone who outranks me has something to say. Last week, I called Mickey Mouse a 'turd.'"
The execution will be carried out in a back alley on some undisclosed dark and rainy night. Media will be excluded from the event, but the public is encouraged to use their imagination to experience the wrath of the Executive Branch.
A source close to the President reported that Mr. Obama remarked how sad it was that the interruption came after his broadcast to the nation's school students on Tuesday. One imaginary source is reported to have reported the President saying, "I think I could have touched them better and left a lasting impression on what I had to say if I could've had an execution to show them."