Friday, June 19, 2009

President Vows Aggressive Silence on Iran

WASHINGTON, D.C. - In a dramatic speech, President Obama vowed an increase in soaring silence on Iranian pro-democracy demonstrations. "Shhhhh is our sword; quietness our shield. By our thunderous non-committal stance, America will show the world the importance of bold word-parsing in a time of crisis." The speech was met by cheers and weeping from the White House Press Corps, selected staff members, and Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson. President Obama went on to state that brutality against pro-democracy Iranians would not distract him from key issues. "We face a health care crisis, as well as a crisis brought on by senile Inspector Generals. These confused chatterboxes keep finding corruption at a time when the course of this administration is firmly set on silence. So be quiet, Okay?" Digg! (Photo:


Steve Burri said...

Well, I support the President and will not blog in all caps anymore.

Dutch said...

I wondered how Aaron Sorkin would ever top "The West Wing" but this Obama thing is great, cliff hangers every week. I can't wait to see how he pays for universal health care.

Ling Carter said...

If he keeps eating out all the time, Food Channel will pick him up for a series.