Obama leads Clinton, McCain among urban, suburban and turban voters.

Funny story written by shea lo

Wednesday, 27 February 2008

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After the big brouhaha raised by the release of a photograph showing Barack Obama in traditional Somali dress complete with headgear; and the ensuing howls of "racism" levelled by his camp against the Clintonites - comes word that the Senator is now way ahead of his rivals among turbaned voters.

"It seems like Barack is the real Teflon man. You can throw anything at him and it just doesn't seem to stick", is the smug conclusion of his team.

Meanwhile graffiti artists are believed to have sprayed "racist" comments in Texas angering Obama supporters who immediately pointed the finger at the Clinton campaign. An unknown source however confessed that it was really a gimmick of Obama's own campaign designed to get maximum mileage in Texas and completely rout Hillary Clinton.

For her part, Senator Clinton appeared before the South Asian community wearing a traditional Indian sari complete with a bindi dot on her forehead. Greeting her audience with folded hands she said "Om Shanti Om, boy do I love a spicy vindaloo".

Immediately, Senator Obama's latest groupies - the Texas Turbanators- a group of turbaned cabbies pledged to carry him on their shoulders all the
"... vay to the Vite Hows..." singing bhangra tunes.

Merriman Forger, who lost his job as a GM executive and had to turn to traditional blacksmithing told TheSpoof.com:

"Hee-hee-hee, our boy 'Bama's sure one heckuva lucky guy, nomesane?. Listen! CLANG! That sound y'hear? That's the sound of another horseshoe going up Brother 'Bama's lucky you-know-what!"

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

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