Obama’s Statement On Libya Remixed

If failed President Obama wants to save a little vaycay time and kill two birds with one stone,  his statement on the status of the Gaddafi regime in Libya could easily be reworked as a resignation.

“Tonight, the momentum against [my administration] has reached a tipping point. [Washington] is slipping from the grasp of a tyrant. [My administration] is showing signs of collapsing. The people of [America] are showing that the universal pursuit of dignity and freedom is far stronger than the iron fist of a dictator.

[Me] and [my administration]…recognize that [our] rule has come to an end. [I]…acknowledge the reality that [I] no longer [control America]. [I need] to relinquish power once and for all.

At this pivotal and historic time, the [Tea Party] should continue to demonstrate the leadership that is necessary to steer the country through a transition by respecting the rights of the people of [America], protecting the institutions of the [American] state, and pursuing a transition [back] to democracy that is just and inclusive for all of the people of [America].

The future of [America] is now in the hands of the [American] people.”