This is good stuff.
Actually, it's a masterpiece.
Read the whole thing.
"Once again, Barack Obama’s imaginary son has found himself unfairly
in trouble with the law. If you recall, his imaginary son was also shot
by an imaginary neighborhood watch guard in the same style as Trayvon Martin. But Obama’s imaginary son is plucky and resilient and has lived a hard life in the hood so he keeps bouncing back."
"In his life, Obama’s imaginary son has been shot at, concussed out of football, and
racially profiled. Yet he keeps picking himself up and carrying on.
Obama’s imaginary son should be an example to us all. No matter what
kind of imaginary circumstances we find ourselves in, we can continue on
with our imaginary lives."
"The President of the United States seems more comfortable citing the
struggles of his imaginary son than the privileged successes of his real
daughters. In truth, Obama’s son would have attended private schools in
Chicago, just like his daughters. He would then be attending
Sidwell Private School in DC, just like his real daughters. Obama’s
imaginary son would get his pick of any college in the world, just like
his real daughters. His imaginary son would then go on to any career
he chose, in medicine, law, Hollywood, or Wall Street, just like his
real daughters. But that doesn’t fit the divisive racial narrative — so
his son lives the hard-knock life."