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Tuesday, 31 July 2012

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Mannie Sherberg
I am gasping -- and may soon need the help of a pulmonary professional. First I saw the photo -- and laughed until I gasped. Then I read Barack's letter and began gasping again -- this time in disbelief. I couldn't -- and still can't -- believe that our numbingly narcissistic nudnik had the nerve to put his name on a letter accusing the Republicans of having a fund-raising "advantage." This can be compared only to King Midas -- he of the golden touch -- sitting at his golden keyboard typing a letter to be printed on golden paper accusing the Koch Brothers of being "too rich." Having read Barack's letter twice, I can only conclude that he is hiding his birth certificate because he doesn't want the world to know that he is really King Midas disguised as an American president. The legend tells us that Midas lost the golden touch when he washed his hands in a magical river; this is false. King Midas never lost the golden touch -- he just changed his name and ran for president of the United States. The pleading letter is nothing more than a clever coverup of the world's most successful scam.

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