UnNews talk:Obama criticized after controversial statements by his former taxi driver

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Hahaha, LOL. Jemaah Islamiyah 12:29, 22 March 2008 (UTC)

Very well done, so true too. WTF/WTH does anyone care what his formor pastor says anyways? --209.103.228.184 06:33, 23 March 2008 (UTC)

Well, Obama smiled at his pastor once. That OBVIOUSLY means that Obama agrees with everything the guy says. --THE 17:12, 23 March 2008 (UTC)

Keep the American Idol references out. That doesn't make the article funnier at all. It just makes it something a six-year-old would come up with. Real satire is much better. This article is about the conservative media uproar, that's whats funny here, not mentioning 'funny words'. In fact, to adhere to uncyclopedia's standards, it shouldn't have such stupid things. Try reading the "How to be funny and not just stupid" page....

This article, which contains way too many facts, was edited by me to remove the most central such as replacing "Presidential candidate" with the less factual "American Idol finalist". THE, can we please remove some of these central facts so it can be funnier and adhere to uncyclopedia's standards?(98.26.119.55 12:00, 26 March 2008 (UTC))

Also your edit did not remove all references to American Idol (98.26.119.55 12:02, 26 March 2008 (UTC))

The only "fact" this page contains is that Obama is running for president. The rest is a satire on the stupid propaganda people use in presidential races that has nothing to do with any real issues. I don't think referring to him as a presidential candidate is against any of Uncyclopedia's standards. Not every article needs to be 100% fake in order to be funny, sometimes it's good to have something that's based in reality, especially if the goal is to make some sort of political commentary. --THE 17:47, 26 March 2008 (UTC)

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