Saturday, September 11, 2010

Obama – Bill Clinton Endorses Hillary Clinton for President of the United States – 1:00 P.M. Friday September 10th 2010

Former President Bill Clinton pulled the zipper down on his brand new custom made silk and wool woven grey pants as he continued talking to Hillary on his cell phone. While watching the President’s news conference on TV he uttered, “Look at that,” “he’s beat, they already beat him, he’s ready for the kill, baby.” “No, not you," as he quickly glanced downward.

The dynamic political duo went on discussing how defeated the President looked along with his seemingly defeated answers. It was the eve of the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the American homeland and the President was looking more like al Quaeda than a red-blooded American President. The former President was correct in his assessment of the now morally defeated leader of the free world. He had that eighth year George Bush look that came from the relentless attacks from the left. With only less than two years under his belt many wondered if he could survive his entire term.

As Hillary went on about how ineffective the President's foreign policies have been, her husband let out an “Oh baby” as she quickly questioned what he was doing.

“Nothing sweetheart,” as he crashed against the wall that stopped him from falling over. The cell phone that contained the Secretary of State of the United States was almost dropped while Bill wondered where she’d been all of his life, damn!

Hillary for a few moments forgot just who she was talking to and after a moment realized just who was on the other line as she hit the off button and stomped on the lifeless phone for about four minutes as the 588th day of the Obama Presidency pulled his zipper up and headed out for lunch with two long legged blonds.

Special Note:
This has been taken from Now the Eagle a fictitious story based on factual and fictitious events and individuals. It should not be considered factual in any way. We hope you enjoy this daily fictitious tongue-in-cheek story of the Obama Presidency.

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