What's next from the desk of President Obama? Could it be this?
“News flash: Today, President Obama signed an executive order that states: ‘Only votes cast by Democrats will be counted in the 2014 and 2016 elections. Any U.S. citizen who makes a negative comment about this executive order will be branded, now and forever, a racist, and will face the wrath of my two loyal protectors, the IRS and the Department of Justice.'”
All the liberal media would join in unending praise of what a great political move this would be, with Chris Matthews of MSNBC swooning that he is getting chills all over his body with his admiration of Obama.
As for the Republican congressmen, they will go on Fox News and cry the blues, then go home with their tails between their legs.
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