Once there was contentment in the land of America as people worked and prospered under the Bush. Everyone had work who wanted it, and profits were made in business and on the street of the Wall. The people felt they were safe in their homeland living under the vigilance and watchful eye of the Bush. But his time was running short and he would soon be replaced with another.
Out of Chicago came a dashing one, born of the twilight, and known as the Obama, who said "let there be change" and the people cheered. And he said "let there be hope," and the people again cheered. And he read from the glass tablets in front of him, "we are the ones we have been waiting for," and again the people cheered and fainted.
And he said unto the people who had gathered that, were he not made their leader, the seas would rise and cover the dry land, and that which was untouched by the waters would burn with the fire of the sun. And he said unto the people "we need to build solar panels and windmills to cover the open land" and warned the people to be leery of the evil oil companies, that they shall not destroy that which the immigrants have built.
And he said unto the people that we must discard our powerful cars and replace them with smaller electric cars and the people said "ugh," but the people of Kool-Aid shouted "yes we can" and more became light headed and fell to the floor.
But the twilight one said "it's ok, soon we will all collapse from the heat if we do not save the planet from global warming." And the people gathered there turned green and shouted together "save the planet, save the planet, we must have green energy." And the Obama told them he would bring "Cap and Trade" and vowed to fight the evil oil companies so that his people could have the green world they desire.
So the great masses organized to oppose the people of Kool-Aid and partook of the tea and began shouting at the Obama "no you can't, not in our country," but the anointed one didn't hear them over the sounds of the birds and of the club smacking the ball on the greens of a far away land.
And so it was that the twilight one continued traveling the lands in search of those who would be fooled by his words read from the glass tablets in front of him, and he told the people to go out and vote for those who had betrayed them. So the poll takers went out and surveyed the people and the people said "down with the anointed one and all of his followers." And it was good.