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Barack Obama Flyin’ High…BALLIN! by Bacon Bits
December 30, 2007, 1:22 am
Filed under: Barack Obama, Clay Adler, FutureGen, Newport Harbor


Nice form on the lefty lay-up, but damn Barack, you need to untuck that t-shirt.

Earlier today on cnn.com we found Illinois Senator and Presidential hopeful Barack Obama taking a break from stumping to play some hoops. We found out he can dunk, but as you can see, he’s not a rule breaker.

Anyway, politicians are ultimately judged by how they throw their weight around, so we wanted to see what Barack has done for the green movement lately. We looked it up and found out that Obama helped bring the world’s first carbon-free coal plant to Illinois. Using cool new doohickeys, the plant will gasify, instead of burn, coal and deposit the leftover carbon deep underground. The project has its skeptics, but we think it’s a start and it’ll create new jobs.

We know what you’re thinking. Is Beanstockd endorsing Barack Obama? The answer is no. We endorse Newport Harbor’s Clay.

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