Obama stars in 'Gone With The Wind' remake

Funny story written by matwil

Wednesday, 1 April 2009

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'Frankly, my dear, the USA is finished'

US President Barack Obama's latest movie 'Gone With The Wind' opened today, to rave reviews by critics.

The Prez plays an illegal immigrant that somehow manages to get into America despite not being American, and then he meets Michelle O'Hara.

As war rages around them in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Americans die fighting for British colonies, Obama turns his back on the wars, saying: 'If it's good enough for George, it's good enough for me. Suckers!', and enrols into a Klu Klux Klan golf club.

But then the movie takes a twist, as his nemesis, Hillary O'Clinteastwood, suddenly appears. 'The question you have to ask yourself, punk', she says, speaking like a man, 'is whether you lied five times or six times. Do ya feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?', and as Obama reaches for his green card Hillary pulls the trigger, and shoots Mr Obama's credibility into shreds.

And after that the city of America is set on fire by Obama's opponents, claiming it was Muslim Arabs who somehow impossibly evaded the most sophisticated security system in the world, to allow two barrels of gasoline to turn the city into an inferno, and claiming there were no CIA satellites to spot jets taking off and landing before such barrels were sent to the city.

When Hillary asked Obama what he thought about the obvious cover-up by Americans, who had attacked their own people to get support for illegal wars in the Midwest, Barack Obama mumbled: 'Frankly, my dear, I'm ruled by Japan', and the movie ends, as does the now feeble USA.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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