Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Passage of Radical Health Care Bill Hinges on Democrat's Gay Sex References and Nude Shower Encounter with "Son of Devil's Spawn"

Washington, D.C.--President Obama assured the American people that it was "no big deal" that passage of a radical and deeply unpopular health care bill that would forever limit patients' medical options could result from an ethics charge involving gay sex comments made by a Democrat of ambiguous sexual orientation who verbally sparred with the White House Chief of Staff -- whom he called "son of the devil's spawn" -- when they were both nude in the Congressional gym.

A calm and relaxed Obama told gathered reporters "It's all part of the normal legislative process," adding that "Some of the most important pieces of legislation ever passed by Congress resulted from potentially alcohol-induced references to gay sex and naked shower roughhousing."

Administration sources pointed to the landmark Social Security Act, which they said became law only when "a single House Member was expelled from Congress after drinking a half bottle of Scotch and joking about passing wind with a colleague in a Congressional bathroom."

"Enactment of a vastly unpopular life-altering bureaucracy may depend on the fate of a sexually ambiguous sexual harasser and satanic name-caller who was involved in a naked shower spat with the White House chief of staff," said Obama. "But in the end what the American people care about are results."

Associated articles: The Hill; Breitbart

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