A Rodeo Clown Wearing An Obama Mask

obama and bull
A satirical bookmark of the post made today about the The Missuri Fair over on Facebook, chime in and leave your comments. The whole affair raised some interesting things which paused proceedings at the Entertainment popular rodeo, and managed to make mainstream news is it calculated or all happened by accident, I will leave that up to you to decide, read on to find out more. The Apprentice movement for Barack Obama in Missouri created an influx of views online Claire McCaskill sent some signals to Washington about this bizarre comical story unfolding inside the Missouri State Fair and a Rodeo clown President. Popular songs there came from Western rap songs with video's of the Prime Minister posing on a horse like the one on Broke Back Mountain a popular film about two cowboys who romantically explore the art of drinking coffee and writing to each other like the popular film about writing letters from England to Paris by a popular author set in the early 20th century.. Dan Majestic reports from Washington White House about the President Barack Obama masks and jokes in Missouri and the Democratic party and more news about the KKK Kenya gags from Hawaiian ex secret officers shaking their maracas analyzing ink on official certificates. Apparently it all ballooned out of proportion after the mask was put on the top of a broom for all the spectators who came to the rodeo. A similar stunt happened in the film Borak, perhaps this is where the idea came from. These sorts of stunts are only interesting once and as Borak realised interfering with the show is not a good idea if you want to win a popularity contest.

A US Democratic Claire McCaskill commented on the scoop saying 'to the Pentagon 'he'd been setup like a kipper' and other popular gags to entertain the echelons of society who choose laughter over happiness and contentment. comedians and jokes about George Bush and other US presidents from politically correctness. I think the rodeo announcement was a PR stunt that did not work out, though may help with the ratings which is good for free advertising the events. Cowboy popularity has been waning since the invention of the motor car. And the KKK humour went out with the introduction of the back boot. The Facebook pictures got out and people transformed them into DVD's and video uploads, adding orange luminous graphics and choosing keywords to get the video's out there, making them go viral. Fancy dress is coming around again soon, in a couple of months Halloween costumes will be the topic of conversations people coming out in the dark dressed like cows simply does not wash and the horrific KKK costume used by secret societies in places like Turkey will also be best left with the rest of the dusty blankets. More satire over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.

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