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Monday, December 08, 2008

Obama's "Hands On" Speech Writer

Satire By John W. Lillpop

Jon Favreau is a precocious young lad who has been invited to work in the West Wing of the White House as the Director of Speechwriting for President-elect Barack Obama.

All of 27, Mr. Favreau began his writing career for Senator John Kerry’s presidential campaign. On a happier, more successful note, Favreau was Barack Obama's chief speechwriter throughout the 2008 campaign. ***

In addition to his many talents, young Favreau is also a "hands on" type, especially when alcohol is available in sufficient quantities as was the case at a recent party attended by prominent Transition Team members.

At that party, young Favreau demonstrated his hands on style and sharp political acumen by groping a dummy looking remarkably like Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State-designate and still United States Senator from New York.

Favreau placed his right hand on the chest of the cardboard cutout while a fellow marauder coaxed a bottle of beer to the lips of the HRC likeness while landing a juicy smooch on the dummy's head.

Naturally, a disgusting photo of this wild orgy was pinging across the Internet even before Favreau could sober up enough to write a denial.

As a result, Favreau has been made into an instant celebrity and household name, with "Idiot" being the run away favorite among people who drink less than a case of beer a day.

Favreau's folly has also added to misgivings among liberal extremists who are concerned that the photo proves a bias toward centrists on the part of Team Obama.

As for Hillary Clinton, she is quoted as saying that she is flattered by the young man's attention and looks forward to working hand-in-hand with Jon Favreau for several years.

This reporter will keep you abreast of all future developments.