President Obama Says If He Doesn't Attack Syria, He May Attack Iran

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

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President Obama talking on the phone with Oprah Winfrey.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Obama addressed the nation and stated that he will be taking a look-see attitude in regards to the situation with Syria.

The president says that he still wants to invade Syria but may wait until after Halloween.

He said that if he changes his mind and does not invade Syria then he may invade Iran which is two countries over to the East from Syria.

The president said that Iran would make a much more formidable opponent since Syria is basically a fifth world nation.

Political Salad Bar Magazine reporter Sinclair Petaluma asked the president if he believes Russian President Putin will make the Syrian leader Bashar-al-Assad lock up all of his chemicals.

He smiled and said that he has a hard time trusting Putin after he granted asylum to Edward Snowden.

The president was told that 93 percent of the American people are sick and tired of wars and they want no part of attacking Syria.

He grinned and replied, "Well now lissen up here. That is all well and good but the bottom line is that my vote is the only one that actually counts, so to those who do not agree with me all I can say is tough titty said the kitty."

SIDENOTE: Michelle Obama recently told her hairdresser that she has no idea why Barry is so damn obsessed with attacking Syria. She said she wishes that instead of worrying about Syria he would worry about Chicago and attack all of the criminals that are turning Chicago into Crimecago.

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

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