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Friday, 25 March 2011

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Obama plans to clean the desk before handing it over to Sarah Palin

Washington DC - After months of speculation, White House press-secretary Jay Carney revealed today that President Obama is actually a Republican. Democrats across the country were shocked and amazed.

The revelation came after President Obama ordered the invasion of Libya and insisted that the US "kinetic military action" would result in Libyans throwing flowers at US soldiers' feet.

In February of 2009 President Obama ordered that Guantanamo Bay detention center be closed. He quickly reversed his decision, resulting in a dazed and bewildered Democrat base.

Shortly thereafter, Mr. Obama's decision to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in a federal court sent thrills up the legs of liberals everywhere, but his subsequent reversal delighted nearly all Americans of every political persuasion.

Next, Mr. Obama decided to file suit against Arizona's new anti-illegal-immigration legislation. Again, liberals on the far-left tingled with desire, while the vast majority of Americans cringed.

In December, President Obama blocked his own tax-increase on the middle-class and rammed through additional tax-cuts for the wealthy.

DNC Chairman Tim Kaine immediately called for President Barack Obama's resignation and blamed Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter and Michelle Malkin for executing the dastardly plan. Limbaugh, Coulter and Malkin later verified they they were, indeed, behind the spoof.

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