“W was Right”, Says Obama

London – President Barack Obama stunned the convened heads of state at the G-20 conference today, by announcing that his predecessor, George W. Bush, was “right in just about every one of his major policy decisions”, and promised that U.S. military and economic policy would be “a continuation of Bush in all essentials”.

President Obama promised to continue the mission in Iraq and Afghanistan, and in an unexpected change of heart, not only plans to keep the Guantanamo base open but expand its operations. Obama promised to cut taxes “for all tax-payers”, to rescind his earlier budget proposals and pressed for an inquiry into the conduct of key Congressional leaders in allowing the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac disasters.

A stunned Associated Press correspondent spoke for most media representatives, when he asked the President, “Didn’t you run on a promise of ‘change’? And didn’t you say electing John McCain would have led to ‘Bush III’?”

President Obama agreed. “Yes, I said those things, but” – he shrugged – “I was wrong. Now that I have had a chance to see how things are working and to see who truly understands the values and history of this nation, I would have to say – at least for now – that I respect the work of my predecessor, so much so that his administration will be my template for the forseeable future.”

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april fool.

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