Three Black Men Walk Into a Florida Obama Pep Rally
Right when Obama is reaching a rhythm that will lead him to his typical vanilla orgasm the three black men stand up, backs to the wall, behind Obama of course because they were strategically placed there by his campaign who thought they were one, and hoist a sign that says “WHAT ABOUT THE BLACK COMMUNITY, OBAMA?”
“HOW DARE THOSE THREE BLACK MEN! Acting like they think outside of Obama, acting like they care about the black community. Didn’t they see CNN’s special on the black community, defining what the black community is and is not?”
Naturally, the Obama drones tried to shut them down by turning on them. The crowd started chanting “Yes We Can. Yes, We Can. Yes We Can.” Security was flustered. “What should we do, what should we do!? The perpetrators are not old, angry, and fat white women, with the sporadic self-hating black woman thrown in for good measure. What to do, what to do. There is nothing in the handbook to account for this.”
Yet those three black men stood strong. Holding their sign up high. The one man on the left faltered a bit, dropping his sign a little. But the one man in the middle came to his aid, while holding his portion up he helped alleviate the left side, so all was good again, the message was read.
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (CNN) – Three young African-American protestors, and two white women, interrupted Barack Obama at an economic town hall in Florida Friday, accusing the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee of neglecting the black community.
The protestors — who held a sign reading “What About the Black Community, Obama?” – said the Illinois senator had not been active enough on issues of interest to African-Americans, ranging from the impact of subprime mortgages the shooting of Sean Bell and the government’s response to Hurricane Katrina.
Obama urged the audience – which began to boo the hecklers – to calm down, before addressing one of the men directly. “I think you’re misinformed. Everything you mentioned I did speak about,” he said, listing legislative initiatives and statements on those issues as the men continued to shout at him and the crowd began to chant “Yes, We Can,” the Obama campaign’s cheer.
Oh, I missed the two white women. Well that explains it.
W.O.R.M 1: “Those three black men were duped by white pussy. Nothing to see here folks. Move along. We actually thought three black men were expressing themselves as invididuals. As if!”
W.O.R.M 2: “McCain sent them.”
W.O.R.M 3: “Hillary sent them.”
Wait. Wait. Just in:
The Obama camp staged the entire event. Yes they did. They paid three black men to look like hecklers so Obama could come in and pretend to save the day.