President Obama Will Send $20 Million Worth of Food Stamps To The Citizens of Syria

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 6 September 2013

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President Obama says that he is the president and as such, he will do whatever the hell he wants.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Obama has said that he has an obligation to do something to help the people of Syria because the entire world has turned their backs on them.

But now it seems that Obama is starting to feel a little like Johnny Depp in the box office bomb The Lone Ranger.

Rush "Tubby" Limbaugh perhaps said it best when he emphasized that President Obama does not have to worry about getting reelected.

The GOP mouthpiece said that Obama is now trying to follow in the exact footsteps of a man he could not stand George Dubya Bush.

As Fitzwater Ribicoff with American Spotlight Magazine said, the only thing missing from Barack's script are the fake weapons of mass destruction.

But in his defense Obama has done a pretty good job of trying to confuse the masses by saying that he has it from good sources that the Syrians are training two-humped camels to carry explosives in one of their medically hollowed out humps.

President Obama has made it clear that the bottom line is that he is the president and he is going to do what he wants to do and no one can say differently because the U.S. Constitution gives him that power.

SIDENOTE: The president has instructed Vice-President Biden to work out the details to transfer $20 million worth of food stamps that were to have been shipped to Detroit to be diverted to Damascus, Syria instead.

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

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