Obama Proposes Children's Crusade Against NRA

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Thursday, 17 January 2013


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BILLINGSGATE POST - Today President Obama announced his plan to enlist children to march against the NRA. Concerned that children are not being indoctrinated against the evils of guns at an early enough age, he cited the fact that in the original Children's Crusade in 1212, children as young as 6 gathered in European cities to march on Jerusalem to take this holy place back from the infidels.

In his statement to the American people, he asked American parents to donate all of their able bodied children between the ages of 3 and 6 to march against the godless infidels that call the National Rifle Association their God. To make sure that the children have proper direction, Obama has appointed Vice-President Biden to head a new organization called TAG (Tots Against Guns).

Asked why he is enlisting such young children, he stated that childen are much more mature now than in the Middle Ages, plus they are more malleable. "Unless we teach these children at an early age, we can't expect them to rat on their parents for having a weapon in the house."

Saying that, "it's never too soon to turn against your parents," he expects that with proper indoctrination, most kids will have no problem waving goodbye to mom and dad as they watch them do the perp walk out the front door.

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