Chicago/Sun Times - Presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama announced today he was beefing up his attacks on critics of his campaign by hiring several members of the Iranian Secret Police to combat The Truth.
Free Speech advocates in recent days have become increasingly concerned as the Potentate has enlisted many of the nation's elected prosecutors and police chiefs to join his campaign and bring legal and criminal action against his vocal opponents, foremost of which is The Spoof, a media outlet credited with "outing" many of the worlds biggest political hypocrites.
The head of Obama's Hit Squad, Rev. Al Sharpton, met with Iranian agents supplied by Mahmoud Ahadinejad to discuss strategy and prepare to rewrite recent political and ethnic history. Sharpton said they would be invoking "The Imus Doctrine" a strategy to overwhelm their opponents with racist media blitzes and threats of business boycotts to achieve their goals.
An expert on suppressing free speech and the persecution of minorities, the Iranian President has been a vocal cheerleader for the aspiring President, and has longed urged him to crack down on dissidents.
Due to recent reports exposing the Democrats as the architects of the Economic Meltdown of recent weeks, Mahmoud finally caught Obama's EAR during a "kiss-kiss" session at the UN. Wags commented the extended embrace was more like a conference call into a speaker phone, and it seemed to finally get the candidate's attention. "He was all ears'" a beaming supporter crowed.
Meanwhile Venezuelan Narco Terrorist Hugo Chavez is positively glowing with the whispered rumours that Obama will take the US out of Nato and form a new alliance with Russia, Venezuela, North Korea, Somalia,Detroit and Chicago, along with other totalitarian regimes still on the fence, but leaning ever more left.
VP candidate Joe Biden, when hearing of the strategy said he thought it was "terrible," and " Anti American." He later recanted saying he was referring to "The Spoof", and that he had thought he had cancelled his subscription in 1991 , about the same time as Oprah and Barney Frank.