A Game of Shadows [Satire]

If you don’t live under a rock, then you know that the only member of our society more diabolical than President Obama is his strikingly innocent Vice President, Joe Biden. With his seemingly oblivious demeanor, mesmerizing blue eyes, and elfish grin, he’s the perfect choice for VP. But unbeknownst to the American voter, it’s all a ploy. When Obama’s closest advisors discovered Biden’s plot to dupe Obama into signing off on legislation that would give Biden a life-long presidency, they surveyed their options. According to an over-the-phone interview with a source who wishes to remain anonymous, Obama’s top advisors, led by former Chicago mayor and Chief of Staff Bill Daley, held a secret meeting in which they considered dumping Biden for Hillary Clinton in hopes of derailing Biden’s plan and bolstering Obama’s hopes for re-election.

Reagan (right) and Bush (left) celebrate their victory against communist forces.

Fortunately, while Bill Daley, Jim Messina, David Axelrod, and David Plouffe were debating the means by which they would dispose of Biden, the anonymous source called in a super secret special task force led by Ronald Reagan, members of Seal Team Six, and George Bush, Sr. in an effort to intervene and resolve the “Biden Problem.” As soon as the situation was under control, both parties reached a compromise where Joe Biden would still be on the ticket (under heavy scrutiny, of course), as long as the incident was kept secret from the public. Thanks to Greta Van Susteren of Fox News and me, Jack Zukin, American Hero, this issue has rightfully been removed from the shadows of the Democratic Party and revealed to the public. When I reached out to Bill Daley for a personal statement regarding the issue, he candidly responded, “at that point the President was in awful shape, so we were like, ‘Holy Christ, what do we do?’” There you go, America, a personal admission of guilt from the commie, and the truth. God Bless.



One Comment

  1. again, I’m not sure why this impeccably written article is satire?

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