Sunday, January 18, 2015

Behead the Coach



In a rare admission of failure, White House spokesweasel Josh Earnest conceded that the administration made a mistake by not sending any high-profile official to the anti-terror solidarity rally in France, which caused people around the world to wonder just whose side Barack Obama is on.

Happily, any confusion was cleared up on Wednesday when, just after Al-Qaeda's branch in Yemen took credit for the bloody Charlie Hebdo terror strikes in Paris, the Obama administration announced that they were releasing five Yemeni terror suspects from Gitmo.

For those of you scoring at home, this means the radical Islamic terrorists lost three players in Paris last week but picked up five players from Barry this week - putting them ahead on the scoreboard by two.

When asked about the seemingly insane timing of the prisoner release, Barack Obama said...
well, he didn't say anything, because he's not letting anyone get close enough to ask questions.

Besides, he's far too busy trotting around the country pushing free community college and free high speed Internet to talk about his newly-free terrorists.


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