Obama's 'miracle' visit to Myanmar....

Funny story written by Orvis Talbot

Sunday, 11 May 2008

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Photo taken at the moment of the 2nd Obama 'miracle'.

Myanmar - Sen. Barack Obama made a surprise visit to Myanmar, site of the devastation caused by a massive cyclone which caused hundreds of thousands of deaths.

When he was taken to see a crowd of over 5000 people in the flooded delta region, the question he kept getting asked was, "Where is the food?"

Obama asked his handlers about the situation, and was advised that the military junta which controls Myanmar had confiscated all relief supplies. This did not make Sen. Obama happy. He addressed the crowd. "Sit tight, I'll be back!"

Obama was then seen to step down from the stage and, to the disbelief of all who were in attendance, walk across water to a house on the other side of the harbor.

He disappeared inside, came back out and then proceeded to stun everyone again by repeating the process. He climbed up the stairs of the stage and held up what appeared to be 2 large fishes and 5 loaves of bread. Then He took the 5 loaves and the 2 fish, and looking up to heaven, He blessed them, and broke them, and kept giving them to His disciples to set before the people until ALL WERE FED!

A young, crippled boy wearing a knit cap, sitting in a wheelchair, in the crowd yelled, "It's a miracle!" Barack, upon hearing the boy, turned, smiled, and held up his hand in the direction of the young man. Just then a 'light' appeared around the boys head (see photo above at right, taken at that moment) and the boy collapsed. When he came to, he stood up and started to dance!

Sen. Obama then left to cheers for a campaign stop in Oregon.

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

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