WHITEWASHINGTON, AC/DC -- While fashionistas give the president a hand for condescending to wear a necktie while addressing the world at large, they haven't been as impressed with Barack Obummer's latest selection of clothing color.
While admitting that he has "no policy" concerning ISIS, Syria, or the Middle East in general, the commander in chief had the "audacity," fashion experts whine, "to wear taupe" (which, for those who know nothing of fashion, the color wheel, or the English language, rhymes with "dope").
"It's bad enough that he doesn't know what to do as president," Ima Chic complained, "but he doesn't even know what colors to wear and not to wear. One would think that a colored man would know not to wear a tan suit. Even a Caucasian-African American should know better!"
Chic's outrage was shared by plenty of red-blooded Americans, who took Obummer to task in hate messages on Titter:
"Taupe and change," one message read, mocking Obummer's campaign slogan, "Hope and change."
Another, paraphrasing Obummer's fictional autobiography, Hope and Change, quipped, "Taupe and change."
"Yes we tan," read a third, making fun of another Obummer campaign motto, "Yes, we can."
Chic went so far as to suggest that Congress mandate that a uniform be worn by Obummer whenever he appears in public or speaks ex cathedra.
Others have even suggested a mandatory dress code for the president, which would specify dark suits and neckties be worn at all times, preferably with clean underwear.