Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Let's Replace The Stolen Kennedy Bust with Obama's Head

Posted By on Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 5:30 PM

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Some thieves walked away with the John F. Kennedy bust that was located in El Presidio Park during the weekend, according to the Daily's Darren DaRonco.

It's highly unlikely that we will ever see the bulbous, granite Kennedy head again. We need to find another face to fill the void in the historic courtyard, so it's only right that we replace the bust with the greatest President of all time: Barack Hussein Obama II. Barack gave us health care, passed the stimulus that gave us funding for the popular street car, had Moammar Gaddafi killed, gave the orders for Seal Team Six to assassinate Osama bin Laden and he saved the auto industry. Obama is no Kennedy, but he's all we got.

Need I say more?

(via Starnet)

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