Written by Jalapenoman

Monday, 9 March 2009

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The Premier of the People's Republic of America is sticking to his plan to "change"

Laws and practices set in place by the Department of Health and Human Services and approved by President George W. Bush to protect doctors have been overturned by new Untied States Premier Barack Hussein Obama. The laws protected doctors from being forced to perform medical procedures or surgeries that they found to be morally or ethically wrong.

For example, a doctor who does not approve of abortion except in times of medical necessity can now be forced to perform elective abortions or he can lose his license to practice medicine. Plastic surgeons who choose not to do breast augmentation surgery face the same risk if they do not do the surgery on request.

N.O.W. spokeswoman Jill Candice called this "a victory for women everywhere. So what if it destroys first amendment rights! It gives us total control over our bodies and destroys the antiquated concepts or morality and ethics and right/wrong. What a great day for this country!"

Pat Peters of the Gay/Lesbian alliance called this "the best news I've had since we elected Obama and allowed him to make us a Socialist state. A conscience is just something Christians and Jews just made up anyway to try to cover up their guilt and lusts. This is another step in the right direction in destroying the Judeo-Christian foundations of this country and kicking the conservatives to the curb."

Author's note: Only the quotes are fake. Sheik Obama is attempting to overturn these laws protecting physicians.

Oprah Winfrey did not approve this story.

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

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Topics: Barack Obama

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