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Obama Unfazed by Clinton’s Continued Delusions of Victory

Obama to Clinton: No, you can't.
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In an insipid turn of events this weekend of interest only to die-hard political junkies, hopeless Democratic presidential candidate Hilary Clinton issued an empty challenge to the soon-to-be-nominee Barak Obama: that they face off in a moderator-free debate.

In the bizarre attempt to stave off her inevitable electoral elimination, Clinton invoked the memory of Abraham Lincoln; the most famous Republican president of all time. “Lincoln and Douglass debated without moderators,” she said, “so I just have to wonder: is Barak Obama too much of a coward to debate me without his pals in the press sending him softball questions?”

Political pundits believe that Clinton’s challenge is motivated by a paranoid belief that the moderators of previous debates have somehow been “in cahoots” with Obama, having fed him the questions beforehand. “You can’t tell me you didn’t notice that he was reading from a teleprompter at the last debate,” Clinton said. “I double-dog-dare him to face me in an unscripted debate.”

Obama seemed unfazed by the increasingly extreme provocations from the broken shell of the former front-runner.

“Are you kidding me?” said Obama on Saturday. “I can’t believe that chick hasn’t dropped out of the race yet—what a joke.”

He stated in no uncertain terms that he will not be accepting the so-called challenge. “I have resolved to no longer waste any of my valuable time—time that could be spent whispering sweet nothings in the ears of the American public—pretending that this has-been is an actual competitor,” said Obama.

Upon hearing of Obama’s rejection, Clinton became visibly agitated. “This was supposed to be my year—MY YEAR,” she said. “Where does he get off, sweeping in with his fresh young face, optimistic outlook, and hope-filled rhetoric? Yet again, the vast right-wing conspiracy is out to get me.”

Meanwhile, Obama continues to beam with confidence as sunshine and rainbows follow wherever he treads. He intends to continue his mission to spread peace and happiness across the land, whisked by hopes and dreams into office as the leader of the free world.

“Debates are such negative things,” Obama said. “I want to run a campaign of hope, and honestly I just don’t see how arguing about trivial things like ‘policy’ or ‘character’ fits into that mission.”

“Sunshine and lollipops, pretty pink ponies, happy times for everyone,” Obama said. “Yes we can.”

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8 Comments on “Obama Unfazed by Clinton’s Continued Delusions of Victory”

  1. Right-wing conspiracy?

    I think Hillary Clinton IS THE RIGHT-WING CONSPIRACY! Put that in your pipe and smoke it…

  2. not funny.

  3. I get what you guys are trying to do with the Loon, but you need to step it up. This wasn’t really very funny, it wasn’t even a good parody of a real article about the debate topic. You phoned in the dialog, could have been much sharper. See, it’s hard to fake the news!
    One more thing…”pretending that this has-been is an actual competitor.” You mean “competition?” Proof read, baby. Please STEP IT UP! I’d like to see the Loon become relevant.

  4. Hey MarkG, I appreciate constructive criticism as much as anybody, but I’m not feeling you on the “proof read” [sic] comment. The sentence reads just fine as is. Had I left out the word “an” then yeah, “competition” would make sense. But maybe YOU need to proofread your proofreading.

    P.S. (Proofread is one word. Sorry, couldn’t help myself.)

  5. Not funny? We’ll see who has the last laugh….

  6. I disagree with the negative comments on this article. Writing satire/humor is one of the most difficult things to do. A writer’s humor will not satisfy every reader, but they typically shoot for the broadest audience. Keep up the great work and all you naysayers should give writing a try.

  7. Good first effort. The criticisms are basically that you’re not mean enough. Heck, if I were you, I’d adopt that for the masthead: “We’re not mean enough.”

    Keep up the good work. I’ll be watching and reading.

    p.s. Spokane does indeed exist. If it didn’t, I wouldn’t be wondering whether to put my snow tires back on to celebrate May Day.

  8. …actually this is made funnier by the wonderful comment Mrs. Biden made to The Oprah yesterday. It’s great to see that the Mrs. is just as good at making brain dead remarks as her husband.

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