From Kentucky, to Maine, to Texas and Oregon millions of people took to the streets to celebrate their great president’s birthday.
“We got parades here and cheerleaders. It’s a nice sunny autumn day. People are milling around singing Obama songs of praise. It’s really quite touching,” Jenny Farnsworth, from Mobile, Alabama told Fox News.
Even newscasters like Bill O’Reilly were singing Obama’s praises: “He’s done good for our country. I never seen so much money spent. We really are the land of plenty. God bless you Obama and hope you have a nice day in the White House with your lovely wife Michelle.”
In Washington D.C. a street carnival went past the White House and not even one rotten tomato or rotten egg was thrown. The American people are really happy that the country is finally Moving On.
Here in Britain, the Queen toasted the president at dinner and extended her gratitude for Obama’s great achievements in the United States, and prime minister, David Cameron quoted the words of Winston Churchill honouring Obama’s tenure as president of the United States.
“Socialists think profits are a vice; I consider losses the real vice.” Winston Churchill