Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Obama and Tiger Woods Plan Job Swap

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Having golfed more in ten months than President Bush did in almost three years, Barack Obama announced he will join the PGA, leaving the country in the hands of Tiger Woods. "They worked out a swap," said Dan Pfeiffer, deputy White House communications director. "The President will begin preparing for the 2010 PGA Championship in Kohler, Wisconsin. Tiger will assume direction for two wars and a depressed economy. But don't think the President will be out of the loop. He'll be in constant touch with the White House between golf rounds, Democratic National Committee fundraisers, and date nights." Woods was unavailable for comment, but a source close to him stated the preeminent golfer was confident he would do a good job because Obama made governing seem so effortless. (Photo:

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