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Published:March 20th, 2012 17:27 EST
Earthquake Strikes Mexico: Malia Obama On Spring Break In Mexico Is Safe!

Earthquake Strikes Mexico: Malia Obama On Spring Break In Mexico Is Safe!

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Malia Obama is safe and out of harm`s way following an earthquake in Mexico today, where the president`s eldest daughter is on vacation.

"In light of today`s earthquake, we can confirm that Malia Obama is safe and was never in danger," the first lady`s Communications Director Kristina Schake said.

Reports that Malia was traveling in Mexico for spring break with friends first surfaced Monday. As always, the White House requested journalists not report on the whereabouts of the president`s children." ABC News

Let me channel Rev. Pat Robertson: God smote Mexico with an earthquake to put the fear of God in the Obamas, for wasting taxpayers money by sending their 13-year-old daughter to Mexico for spring break.

Malia Ann Obama is spending her spring break in Mexico in the company of 12 friends and 25 Secret Service agents. What a colossal waste of money, does a 13-year-old girl really need to take spring break? Spring break from what? Those hellacious grade school finals? Did Malia need to get away from it all because she recently found out that Justin Bieber has a girlfriend?

According to Politico.Com the White House admits to telling the media to pull the Malia spring break story. But now the Mexico earthquake has resurrected the Malia news item.

Obama claims that there is no vital news interest about Malia taking a spring break to Mexico. Hello! Whenever the White House fritters away our money, it s a vital news interest.

I don`t really believe that a vengeful deity would strike Mexico with an earthquake, but I do believe in karma and now the whole world knows about Malia`s adventure, at taxpayer`s expense, in Mexico.

Read More:

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/03/white-house-malia-obama-safe-from-earthquake-in-mexico/

 

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