Barack Obama Finds Real Birth Certificate

Funny story written by Jalapenoman

Sunday, 21 December 2008

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Obama celebrated his new heritage by by welcoming 50 wetbacks to the White House

Kenya? Hawaii? Indonesia? The truth has finally been revealed as President Elect Barack Obama has found another birth certificate (and this one does not have any white-out on it). A previous, obviously altered birth certificate that showed one hospital in Hawaii, while some relatives said it was a different one (and others insisted that it was a hospital in a foreign country) has been thrown out by everyone as an obvious forgery.

The new certificate, to be authenticated by the records division at the FBI, states that the Illinois Senator was born in...Colonia Dublan, a small town in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico.

Colonia Dublan is a small town with a 98 percent Mormon population. The town's original residents left the United States in the 1800's to escape prosecution for polygamy.

Upon finding out that he had both Mormon and Mexican heritage, Obama answered by saying that "I'll bet Utah is sorry now that they didn't vote for me. Maybe I'd better appoint Mitt Romney to my cabinet or something."

The President Elect also used his executive powers to overturn BYU's loss in the Pioneer Bowl to Arizona, declared Pace Thick and Chunky Salsa as the official condiment of the White House, and ordered a plate of Huevos Rancheros for breakfast.

Next on his agenda was inviting all of the contestants in the Miss USA and Miss America pageants to his offices. "If I get to be a Mormon and have more than one wife, I'd better get me a lot of good looking ones!"

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

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