US President barred from entering UK

Posted: January 20, 2011 in Uncategorized

The 44th Presendent of the United States.

The US president Barack Obama has been barred from entering the UK for the public good, the Home Office says.

The shock Home Office decision ruled Obama could not enter the UK as the government “opposes wishy-washy liberalism in all its forms”. The 44th US President has announced that he would challenge the “unfair” decision and that his visit could have been “beneficial”.

Obama who came to prominence in November 2008 when he found himself elected to the presidency. In his first few days in office Obama issued executive orders directing the U.S. military to develop plans to withdraw troops from Iraq and ordered the closing of the Guantanamo Bay detention camp asap. In more acts of left leaning liberal defiance Obama not only went on to reduce the secrecy given to presidential files, but also appointed two women to serve in the Supreme Court.

Obama has been rated as the most popular world leader, as well as the one figure most people would pin their hopes on for pulling the world out of the economic downturn. He has won two Grammys for his Spoken Word Albums. And he has been known to set concession speeches to independent hip-hop music.

A Home Office spokesman said: “The Numerous actions by Barack Obama are evidence of his unacceptable behaviour. A Noble Peace prize is not an open visa to entering this country. Coming to the UK is a privilege not a right and we are not willing to allow entry to those whose presence is not conducive to the public good..The use of exclusion powers is very serious and no decision is taken lightly or as a method of stopping open debate.”

President Obama said he had not been planning to break any laws while in England, nor make any speeches set to music.


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