Obama takes his new dog “Roberts” out for a walk
Barack Obama has decided to run for a third term (at least) as President of the United States.
President Obama is beginning the process to amend the Constitution to allow him to run for a third term.
WWN learned that the White House and President Obama’s campaign machine have a “foolproof” plan for the President to successfully achieve a third (and perhaps a fourth) term in office.
At one time Obama planned to amend the Constitution:
“President Obama only faces opposition in the House,” a White House insider told WWN. “Barack plans to divide the Republicans in the House and so weaken them that in 2016, the Democrats will once again be the majority. After that he will introduce an amendment to repeal the 22nd amendment, which limits the President’s term in office.”
Chris Matthews of CNBC is already pushing the idea and said on the air that he thinks Obama will successfully pass an amendment doing away with the 22nd Amendment.
Former Obama advisor David Axelrod agrees:
“The amendment is ridiculous. There are no Congressional term limits, why should there be a Presidential term limit?”
Obama once considered the Constitution as an obstacle to his seizing a third term but in light of the Supreme Court recently overruling the Constitution Obama sees his opportunity.
“The Supreme Court has decided that words don’t matter” said Obama. “The Constitution is made up of words. That’s all. Nothing more. Just words. And now that words don’t matter the Constitution doesn’t matter.” Obama was asked about this:
“Yeah, I know I once said not to tell me that words don’t matter but I have evolved and words meaning something has also got to evolve. It’s time.”
“I have the support of John Roberts, Anthony Kennedy and the liberals on the Supreme Court” said Obama at the press conference. Below, John Roberts is seen bowing to Obama
“I’ll let Chief Justice Roberts explain the situation to you” said Obama.
“I have reviewed the twenty second Amendment and have come to the conclusion that the language is superfluous. We have already found that words such as “established by the state” do not mean what’s written and thus we find that the words ‘No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once’ are similarly superfluous. I find it implausible that these words were meant to restrict someone so focused on fundamentally transforming the country from continuing his mission. Therefore we have ruled that President Obama may seek a third term. We have also decided that other language within the Constitution is superfluous.”
The document currently reads “The words of the Constitution read ‘Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.’ Nowhere does it suggest that that prohibition extend to the President. Therefore we find that President Obama may take whatever actions he needs to remove the impediment of dissent. Congress has allowed both the President and the Supreme Court to effectively rewrite the law unilaterally and thus as an institution is in tacit agreement with our ruling. We find Congress no longer necessary to the ongoing function of the government.”
“That’s it”, said Obama. “Your orders are waiting for you on the way out. This is the dawning of a new era for the United States of America. I can now finally complete my goals. Have a nice day.”