Feminists Back Obama

Funny story written by bartlebysnopes

Tuesday, 26 February 2008

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A picture from his youth shows Obama's all for the ladies vote

In what seems to be the final lance in Hillary Clinton's hope for a presidential nomination, a national organization of feminists has declared that it is now backing Barack Obama.

The organization, which has labelled itself Feminists United for Barack Obama (FUBO), is yet another surprise group to give Obama its support. Weeks ago, Obama received the backing of racists across America, an organization called RAFBO. That organization, which is now 7 million strong, seemed to leave Hillary Clinton's campaign virtually hopeless.

Now, there is nothing virtual about Clinton's hopelessness. With the support of 7 million racists and 800,000 self-proclaimed hardcore feminists, Obama is without a doubt unstoppable.

FUBO, which is hoping that every woman in the nation will pledge her allegiance to Obama's campaign, is only a small representation of the women in the nation supporting Obama. But, as one member of the organization stated, "we are such hardcore, man-hating feminists that we know if we support Obama, then there ain't a woman in the country who is backing that wannabe feminist poser bitch Hillary."

A spokesperson for the organization has created a website determined to show that Hillary is a fraud. It's most popular claim accuses her of being completely against women's rights. "Anyone who would stand for what Bill put her through demonstrates no feminine power," the spokesperson said.

"Besides," FUBO's founder stated, "we all know that when a man is president, it's the woman running the show anyway."

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

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