Written by Pointer

Wednesday, 22 July 2009

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This ex-president thinks like a rock

Scholars of the great American pastime, baseball, have been studying the All Star Game video showing United States President Barack Obama throwing out the first pitch at the star studded gala sporting event. Despite his articulate manner of speech and habit of wearing iron blue jeans that looked like his mother does his creases, most Americans and the world at large have considered Obama a relatively cool manly black guy. True he doesn't have the cache with the averasge neanderthal who kept voting for George W Bush because they thought he owned Busch beer and would get them shitfaced. But most thought with ther basketball and all that Barry was a regular guy.

All of this may change now that the scholars mentioned in the opening sentenced have released the footage from the now infamous fling." Not only didn't the ball reach home plate", baseball scientist Piney Tarr pointed out, " But the network tried to cover it up!"

Once we knew they had something to hide Tarr added, we went back to the videotape:

" Sure enough, this fella may have a hell of a three pointer but so does every guard in the WNBA. barack Obama throws like a girl!"

The White House has refused comment on the findings and sources close to the president say that he is practicing his basketball with ever greater intensity as the WNBA All Star game appraoches in hope that he will be invited to the 3 point contest. Obama's children apparently are encouraging the b-ball practice in hopes he will stay away from their little league baseball games.

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

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Topics: Barack Obama




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