Ku Klux Klan to be Honoured at Obama Inauguration

WASHINGTON DC - USA - Preparations are under way for Klan members from all over the United States to join Obama on stage for his presidential inauguration ceremony on Tuesday January 20th 2009.

Ever since the Ku Klux Klan endorsed Obama back in February 2008 during the election race, there has been a light shining down on his soul.

“We know how much the Klan has been a big part in Obama’s election and entrance into the White House. Do you think he could have done it without the KKK’s help? Hell no! Obama needed the Klan to get in and they helped him. It was the first step they ever took and they went for it. I’m so proud of those boys. They may be from down South and as thick as pig shit but they sure as hell know how to make people take notice. Obama wants to thank those boys and gals for everything they done for him, without them Obama would be a broken man like John McCain sitting in a darkened room slappin’ some mush into his mouth and moaning like a big baby,” John McCormack, a senior organiser for the Obama inauguration told Fox news yesterday.

Ku Klux Klan members from all over America will attend the ceremony on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol.

The no-expenses-spared Obama Inauguration will cost US taxpayers $230 million and will go down in history as one of the most extravagant wasteful ceremonial displays in a time of major national recession.

Klan leaders will be asked to join Obama in between musical acts including a banjo recital by famous Country star Ol’ Man Richardson from Kentucky.

“We wanted to bring a burning cross to the ceremony as a symbol of the Klan but the idea was canned purely for safety reasons. We all been staying at the Holiday Inn over here watching NASCAR and we now got all our boys here. We put a lot of work and money into getting the boy into the White House. He done us proud,” Imperial Wizard, Ronald Edwards said last night speaking from his DC hotel room.

America has certainly moved on. It was only 20 years ago when blacks were segragated from whites and lynchings were still rife in the deep South.