Thursday, September 17, 2009

White House Expanded to Accommodate Extra Policy "Czars"

Washington, D.C.--The Obama Administration released plans for expanding the White House to accommodate the increasing number of executive branch officials it has appointed to direct high-priority initiatives without being first confirmed by the U.S. Senate.

Administration officials said the distinct onion domes, in the style of medieval Russian architecture, are designed to make the new executive branch officials "feel at home" with their new autocratic powers.

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