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As the World Burns….

Leslie Brown

On today’s episode of “As the World Burns”, we find party-boy Barack boogying down at a party on Martha’s Vineyard, whilst nibbling on some baked Brie.

The boy-king was nonplussed and a bit bored as he calmly swirled, then nursed the last remnants of his peach bellini.  He pondered, the happenings of the day at the bash following remarks by Missouri governor Jim Nixon that parts of Ferguson look “a bit like a war zone”.

“Meh, sticks and stones”, thought the boy-king discounting any criticism as he thought back to his brilliant visit to the southern border in Texas when he was there….oh nevermind, that didn’t happen.

On Thursday, Barack ordered, (by executive order) “peace and calm on the streets” of Ferguson after “disturbing” clashes between police and protesters stemming from the police killing of an unarmed black teenager. Of course everyone  would “straighten up” speedy-quick, he thought, after his scathing directive.

As we know Obama still has a “pen and a phone” so he quickly made a call to Jesse and Al to see what they could go do to “help out” in the situation in Missouri. Barack thought back to the brilliance with which he soothed and calmed flaring tempers in Florida during the “Trayvon” ruckus.

“I would contend that discussing police tactics from Martha’s Vineyard is not helpful to ultimately calming the situation,”

~Jim Pasco (Executive Director of the Fraternal Order of Police)

Picture below was taken by a photographer at Martha’s Vineyard and quickly pulled by the “Most Transparent Administration Evah”, so I thought I would share it, and ask you to do the same he he!


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