Wednesday, July 6, 2011

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Critics say that Presidential candidate Barack Obama tries to "be all things to all people" and that he makes too many "pie-in-the-sky" promises. At a recent political rally, Obama tried to overcome these criticisms by emphasizing his commitment to principles. Afterwards, audience members lined up at a microphone to ask Obama questions.

The first person at the microphone said, "I oppose the war in Iraq. If you are re-elected, what will you do about that?"

"I will end the war in Iraq within two weeks ," answered Obama. "All our troops will come home, and I will simultaneously make sure the Iraqi government is functioning and secure."

The second person in line said, "I'm an illegal alien. What will you do for people like me?"

"If I am re-elected," answered Obama, "every illegal alien will receive U.S. citizenship, free health coverage, and a scholarship to the university of your choice."


The third person in line said, "I'm a conservative. If elected, what will you do for
me?"

"I'll send that first guy to Iraq, and the second guy back to Mexico."


roflmao

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