President Obama States That The Owner of The Washington Redskins Needs To Change The Team's Name

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

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Many native-Americans have suggested that the Redskins be renamed the Red Peppers.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The president of the United States was recently asked by Rufus Reno with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily how he felt about the NFL Washington Redskins having a name that is derogatory to so many citizens of the United States.

President Obama put down his plate of apple pie and responded by saying that decades ago hardly anyone ever complained about anything since everyone knew that it would get them nowhere.

But now that times have changed people are realizing that they do have a voice and they are expressing that voice loudly and sometimes with the use of a bullhorn.

The president told Reno that every day he receives at least 600 text messages, cell phone calls, and emails from native-Americans asking him to force Danny Snyder the owner of the Washington team to grow a pair and admit that he is wrong by insisting that the team keep the name Redskins.

Many citizens who are members of various American tribes such as the Sioux, Comanche, Kiowa, Apache, and Potawatomi are on the verbal warpath and they want something done.

They are starting to refer to Danny boy as General George Custer.

SIDENOTE: The president has instructed Vice-President Biden to form a committee to look into this pressing matter and see how they can legally force old stubborn Snyder to drop the Redskins name.

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

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