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Saturday, 11 July 2009

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Accra, Ghana - After the incessant press surrounding the death of Michael Jackson, and being constantly reminded that some black people in America have a tendency to turn white after awhile, the Obama's touched down in the capital city of Ghana and were 'pleasantly surprised' to be surrounded by 'colored folk' once they stepped off Air Force One.

"I knew there were some coloured folk in Africa," stated the President. "I just didn't realize they were here in such great numbers."

And not just any kind of 'colored folk'. These were the 'screw Whitey and his multi-national corporation oligarchy' kind of 'coloured folk', the kind of 'coloured folk' that he felt most comfortable being around. Said the President, "Why this is New Years, Christmas, Easter and Father's Day all rolled into one. Hot Dang!"

After introductions to several hundred thousand of the 'colored folk' had been accomplished, President Obama immediately launched into a speech regarding the importance of democracy in the 'dark continent'.

"Let no man be fooled. Democracy is the only form of government that will allow peace, happiness and prosperity amongst all you African 'colored folk' to prevail. As long as you follow this maxim,...well, I'll keep the cheques coming."

The ceremony closed with President Obama giving the President of Ghana an iPod with unlimited downloads from the White House mp3 file sharing portal.

The Obamas conclude their 'Dawg Eat Dawg' tour this weekend.

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