For those who found it necessary to rush onto the internet and disseminate to a collection of people who couldn't give a sh-t less about reading whatever narrow-minded, semi-coherent opinions about the death of Osama bin Laden they hastily threw together, a simple mistake may very well have Secret Service agents stopping by their homes with arrest warrants.
"It seems that a lot of people kept getting 'Osama' and 'Obama' mixed up," said Secret Service director Jefferson D. Tippett. "So people were writing things like, 'F--h yeah, Ob--- is dead*'."
"They came in here like stormtroopers," said 43-year-old Max Power, who mistakenly commented, 'I thank God that brown-skinned fascist who kills in the name of oil is dead'. "One of them fired a warning shot into my dog's stomach!"
"We are obligated t investigate any threat against the President," said Tippett.
"I wasn't trying to threaten President Obama," said Power. "But, frankly, that quote kinda fits him as well."
(Call me a coward, but I ain't writing our President's name anywhere NEAR the word 'killed. I don't need to be scooped up and waterboarded.)