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Monday, 4 January 2010

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Not The UFO The President Saw

Smoki-oki-weedi HI-- President Obama reported today that he observed a flying saucer buzz over his Hawaiian retreat on New Years Eve. The silly president called a news conference in the afternoon. He was very excited about the sighting, and wanted to report it to the nation. He was so excited, he forgot to bring his TelePrompter with him.

"Hey, guess what everybody, I saw a flying saucer!" proclaimed the president. "It was big, round and it hovered over my house for hours!" he shouted in a childish voice.

The reporters immediately applauded the president for his statements. The reporters remarked how brave the president was! They remarked how intelligent he was, and how wonderful!

"And I don't even need my TelePrompter to tell you guys what I saw!" exclaimed the silly man. "Michelle and I watched it all night. It was white and round and it finally sank into the ocean, just before the sun came up!" said the moron.

Suddenly, a nameless aide ran onstage with the TelePrompter. The aide plugged in the machine and placed it in front of the president. A message came on the machine right away. The president seemed perplexed when he read the note.

"That was the Moon you saw, you f*cking moron!!" said the nameless, all-powerful TelePrompter.

The president blinked his eyes for a minute and then thought of something to say to the press.

"Hey everyone! I think I just discovered something called the Moon! Can you believe how smart I am!" he proclaimed.

The reporters gave the president a standing ovation and sighed with joy at his remarkable sagacity and intelligence!

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