Written by Adam Click
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Topics: Barack Obama

Thursday, 1 October 2009

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The president bares his teeth in a threatening manner.

Washington, D.C.-President Obama has enjoyed extraordinary popularity, he has both houses of congress and the support of nearly every union and yet his accomplishments can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Desperate to make his mark, Mr. Obama has reportedly resorted to a new tactic.

According to aides to Senator John McCain, Obama threatened to bite the senator if he didn't comply with the president's wishes concerning his health-care bill. The confrontation startled the senator. So much so, that he lied about needing to be on the senate floor for some reason and hastily excused himself.

"This isn't the first time he's done this!" The senator said when reached by phone. "The then senator Obama, was banned from the senate floor for a week after accusations that he threatened to bite one of his friends, the late Senator Edward Kennedy, during a heated debate on the subject of bank bailouts."

These allegations are especially serious. Experts agree that human bites can be as dangerous as or even more dangerous than animal bites because of the types of bacteria and viruses contained in the human mouth.

"We can't have the president going around threatening to bite people." Senator McCain intoned. "What would happen if he started biting foreign dignitaries? We could have a real international incident on our hands! Can you imagine the headlines: "War declared on United States after President bites "whoever""?"

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