This is how you diplomacy.
Yeah. That’s how we do. Just casually skate in and bro hug it out like homies.
We love this quote from President Barack Obama’s Inauguration speech (and the fact that he mentioned the uprising at the Stonewall Inn).
These are hard times for birthers. The moment seems to have passed, the “evidence” rejected. But salvation awaits! David Maraniss’s exhaustive biography, Barack Obama: The Story, stretching from before his birth to the start of his political career, is out this month—and sure to inspire a new wave of conspiracy theories about our Kenyan Muslim commie in chief. GQ contributor Yoni Brenner puts on his tinfoil hat to predict the paranoias to come. Two new theories below. Click here for the rest.
“Other women—previous girlfriends, later girlfriends and wives—would say that [Barack Obama’s father] had an intense sexual magnetism that seemed irresistible.”
SEXERS: Far from coincidental, Obama senior’s Intense Sexual Magnetism, or ISM, was obtained by Kenyan revolutionaries through the Soviets, who undermined British rule with a program of long walks and mind-blowing sex.
“When the birth notice appeared in the Star-Bulletin…the parents were identified as Mr. and Mrs. Barack H. Obama and their home address was listed as 6085 Kalanianaole Highway.”
KALERS: Although Kalanianaole appears to be an innocent street name, it is also an anagram for “Anal Kale-onia”— a bizarre colonic treatment soon to become mandatory under Obamacare.
Just snorted like no other. In the middle of class.
President Obama’s Christmas present to America: New air quality standards that sharply reduce the emissions of mercury and other airborne toxins from power plants. Also: this photo.
Obama just chilling in Paris.