Obama promises that finally, the secret that all America has been waiting for from the White House will be released shortly.
“It will be out soon,” Today.com quotes the president as promising this week in a chat session on Reddit.
No, it’s not the Fast and Furious documents.
No, it’s not Obama’s college transcripts.
Nor even a federal budget that might garner, say, one (1) vote in either chamber of Congress.
No; instead the president continues to treat the country to a reality tour that trivializes the presidency, cheapens the office and makes the White House, perhaps, the most overvalued home since the Obamas’ shady real estate deal with convicted influence peddler Tony Rezko.
“I can tell you from first hand experience, it is tasty,” explained president Irrelevant about the secret documents.
You see, president Distraction’s folks have launched a petition for the White House to release the national beer recipe.
Jay Carney, the White House Press Jester has tweeted about it- all while being paid by your tax dollars.
Gee, I wonder just why that economic plan isn’t working?
Yes; THAT plan.
The plan with the motto: “Jobs? Jobs? Let them drink beer.”
The petition, which really and truly is hosted on the White House web site, needs 25,000 signatures to go public. So far, 11,860 people have signed the petition. The signature requires you to give the WhiteHouse.gov your first and last name, your email and your zip code.
The president does promise that he “will not disclose, sell, rent, or exchange the email address you use to create your account to individuals or organizations outside the Executive Office of the President.”
Well thank goodness for that.
Hey wait: Define “outside the Executive Office of the President.”
Nothing says transparency like the light amber bubbles of a White House Honey Ale.
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