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Guess what was prancing aroundthe people's Rose Garden during Barack Obama's press conference about Wall Street reform yesterday? A little brown invader! This mouse arrogantly taunted the White House press corps while scoping out new places to deposit some anthrax-infused poop pellets. And nobody did anything to stop him, because showing leniency toward our enemies is the Obama Way. If you were looking carefully, you might have even noticed Obama doing a little bow to the vermin.


Unsurprisingly, this is not the first time Scary Nobama has allowed micro-terrorists to undermine the sanctity of journalism:

Just last week, as camera crews set up for an Obama statement on the Gulf oil spill, what's believed to have been the same rodent made a dash across the famous garden.

The press work areas behind the White House briefing room have had at least one rat sighting, though that was before a multimillion-dollar rehab project finished by the Bush administration.

The King James version of the dictionary says mice are "vermin" -- part of the same foul-creature class as flies, cockroaches, and libertarians. This is why Real Americans destroy all rodents, usually with dynamite or predator drones. Some patriots use wooden traps tricked out with blobs of uranium cheese whiz to trap the mice, whose fur they then use to make luxurious mouse-hair hats. The most committed freedom fighters keep bald eagles as pets, setting them loose to patrol the nation's borders and destroy whatever rodents they find.

But libtards like Obama stand around and let the vermin run wild and free, claiming that it's more "compassionate."

Do you recognize this terrible creature? Have you run into it in the subway, or at the Subway? If yes, call the Tea Party Bureau of Investigation's hot-line right now! Only they have the guts to bring this furry evildoer to justice before he takes another dump on the steps of liberty. [AP/Google]

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