Obama goes on Hannah Montana

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Friday, 29 October 2010


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He's got the best of three worlds.

With the Mid-term elections only days away, the President of America has appealed to his loyal American subjects: through the medium of Disney television.

The President was the first president to degrade himself like that since President Roosevelt shat himself on the radio.

Appearing on the popular pre-teens and 40 something year old perverts' favourite show, Barack Obama played the role of an ordinary black man by day and a President by night. He then spent ten minutes of the allocated 22 talking about policies to the tune of "Achy Breaky Heart" by Cyrus' father.

Miley Cyrus was highly critical of his performance afterwards, amid speculation her show would be cancelled.

"No one wants to hear about how he's going to increase the GNP and GDP of his country. They wanna hear my voice. My beautiful voice for 22 minutes,"

Obama thanked his co-star Cyrus, before offering her a place in Alcatraz amidst reports that the electric chair was becoming inhumane.

At least with the chair it's nice and quick. Hannah Montana's lasted four years so far.

Obama support set to rocket with pre-teens after he used the word "innit", whereas it will decline with adults who had to sit through 4 hours of Montana re-runs with their kids before it came on.

Smooth move Big O.

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