Obama Engages in Rare Direct Confrontation With Domestic Terrorist

Laura Ralston
In a stunning reversal of policy and personal philosophy, President Obama took out a small domestic public relations terrorist without reading it Miranda Rights, providing a fair and speedy trial, or exercising empathy towards the miniature evil-doer. Fox News has the story:

As you can see, the Commander in Chief fully warned the tiny winged combatant to leave his hand, which, some are saying is the 51st of the 57 states. As expected, the public relations terrorists defied the human's command and stalwartly remained in violation of not only personal space but the President Obama's own law against sharing attention. What could the President do? Exactly! In a rare mix of offense against other air-borne-would-be-stealers-of-the-show and in defense of his precious time in front of the camera, President Obama displayed cool hand-to-wing combat and took out that buzzing pest in one astonishing swat.

One can hope that our President would exercise the same deft response, in thought and deed, to any form of terrorist who would attack our great country.

In a stunning reversal of policy and personal philosophy, President Obama took out a small domestic public relations terrorist without reading it Miranda Rights, providing a fair and speedy trial, or exercising empathy towards the miniature evil-doer. Fox News has the story:

As you can see, the Commander in Chief fully warned the tiny winged combatant to leave his hand, which, some are saying is the 51st of the 57 states. As expected, the public relations terrorists defied the human's command and stalwartly remained in violation of not only personal space but the President Obama's own law against sharing attention. What could the President do? Exactly! In a rare mix of offense against other air-borne-would-be-stealers-of-the-show and in defense of his precious time in front of the camera, President Obama displayed cool hand-to-wing combat and took out that buzzing pest in one astonishing swat.

One can hope that our President would exercise the same deft response, in thought and deed, to any form of terrorist who would attack our great country.