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OBAMA SHOCKS WORLD: Quits, Signs with Bulls

Nov 8, 2012

"Being in the same room with Mitch McConnell ain't worth it, nothing is."

WASHINGTON – "McConnell's the worst downer I've ever met," said President Barack Obama moments after announcing he will immediately resign the Presidency to sign a non-guaranteed contract with his hometown Chicago Bulls.

McConnell, a Kentucky Republican who is the Senate Minority Leader, called Obama's comments "hurtful."

“Talk about the audacity of hope,” commented Scott Skiles, coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, Chicago's Central Division rivals. “From the video I’ve seen O.B. can't jump over a stat sheet.”

"I'm ready to serve," said the new 45th President of the United States, Joe Biden.

"I'm ready to shoot jumpers," said Obama.

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Reader Responses
Nov 8, 2012 2:03 AM
Jelly
McConnell knows Washington and has the courage to call the resurgent U.S. Commies what they are: the greatest threat to liberty ever. And you mock him?  
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