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Obama the Space Invader

Posted on March 7, 2013

When I was a teenager, Space Invaders was one of most popular video games.  The premise, for those who have recently arrived from space, was pretty simple:  Shoot down incoming missiles that descended from the sky before they landed on your missile silos.

We seem to live increasingly in a space invader world.

Things keep coming down from the sky and it is getting harder and harder to shoot them down.

Last month, a meteor barreled down from space and made a huge crash landing somewhere near the Ural Mountains in Russia.  The footage from a Russian version of the iPhone was pretty spectacular and pretty scary at the same time.  It looked like came straight from a Hollywood movie gone awry.   Except this meteor was all too real, and 400 people were seriously injured from the crash’s impact.

Apparently, another meteor just narrowly missed Planet Earth and another one is due to almost hit us any day now.

It was a big meteor that wiped out the Dinosaurs, but the Dinosaurs weren’t smart enough to invent the iPhone, so let’s hope we can survive a similar attack.

In a similar vein, according to the London’s “The Telegraph”, we are not alone in the universe: “UFO sightings on the rise in South Africa:  Sightings of unidentified flying objects off the coast of Cape Town have increased dramatically and may indicate that the inhabitants of the Mother City are under surveillance by life from another planet, according to the founder of a website set up to log such incidents.”

More troubling is Hollywood actor Russell Crowe’s involvement in the UFO world:  According to an Australian newspaper:  Crowe, the co-owner of South Sydney Rabbitohs and a Twitter fan, said he captured what appears to be several flying objects whizzing over Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens earlier this week.Hours after griping on Twitter that his new flick was being under-promoted, Russell Crowe seemed to create his own publicity stunt. Posting a video on YouTube (see video below) of what appeared to be flying objects whizzing over the gardens, Crowe wrote: "A friend and I set camera to capture fruit bats rising from Botanic Gardens. This was a big surprise."

All of this occurs just as Barack Obama allowed the sequester to take place, a sequester that takes a big chunk out of NASA funding.

Coincidence?  Maybe.

Or maybe Mr. Obama doesn’t want NASA to really find out what is happening out there.  Maybe the reason that the President manufactured a fake birth certificate is that he was born not in Kenya or Indonesia or Hawaii.

Maybe he is not from this world at all.  That would explain why his ears are so big, and why he kind of reminds most people of a black version of Mr. Spock.

He was able to manipulate the political process so that his career would consist of running against people like Alan Keyes and Blair Hull and John McCain and Mitt Romney, people who were carefully selected by an alien to make it appear that Obama had a real campaign, but in fact, he really didn’t.

I wonder if that came up during his dinner with Republican Senators at the White House last night.

I wonder if those drones that Rand Paul is so worried about are not drones at all, but instead part of the Obama space invasion.

We live in a space invader world.  You might as well get used to it.

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