Miley Cyrus Sent To Syria To Make Americans Care About Syria


After several top-level meetings with key cabinet members, including Secretary of State John Kerry, President Obama has decided that sending Miley Cyrus to Syria is the best present course of action. The president himself was so distracted by the pop star’s racy VMA performance that he hasn’t slept a wink since it aired on Sunday.

“After much contemplation and thoughtful consideration,  I have decided the only way to get Americans interested in Syria is by sending Miley Cyrus to the country,” said President Obama. 

Secretary of State John Kerry stated that while he still believes bombing Middle Eastern countries is still the best way to get Americans to learn geography, he can’t help but think that Miley’s presence in the troubled middle eastern country beset by civil war  is indeed the best course of action.

“The president and I have spent hours watching cable news the past few days and we feel that the biggest issue facing America at the moment is Miley Cyrus’s choice of underwear,” said Secretary of State Kerry. Adding, “What better way to draw American interest then sending the pop star there herself.”

President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry are also debating if they should send Robin Thicke attached to the back of Miley as well, but it hasn’t been confirmed.

  Michael is a comedian/VO artist/Columnist extraordinaire, who co-wrote an award-nominated comedy, produces a chapter of Laughing Liberally, wrote for NY Times Laugh Lines, guest-blogged for Joe Biden, and writes a column for affiliated Cagle Media. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook, and like NJ Laughing Liberally Lab if you love political humor from a progressive point-of-view. Seriously, follow him or he’ll send you a photo of Rush Limbaugh bending over in a thong.


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