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Monday, November 17, 2008

By R J Shulman
WASHINGTON – (PTSD News) – In one of the fiercest bidding wars in TV history, Fox Television out bid ABC for the right to air the show that chronicles the changes being made to the White House in preparation for it’s new occupants, the Obamas. “We want to make the new first family feel right at home,” said Tom Mullins, one of the show’s producers. “Since Barack Obama is the first black president, these changes will not just be window dressing and speaking of window dressing, the curtains will be made out of this gold fabric with so much bling hanging from them that we had to call in the Army Corps of Engineers to make sure the curtains wouldn’t collapse.”

“And the walls of the White House won’t be white any more,” Mullins said, “does a Crayola box have just one color? I can’t give it away, but here is going to be some umber getting burnt.” Mullins said he can’t disclose any more details, but he guarantees when they are done, there will be “one fly crib on Pennsylvania Avenue.”

Fox expects record ratings for the program which is scheduled to be broadcast on January 21, 2009, the day the Obamas move in. Barack Obama admitted he was not aware of the television show or about any major changes at the White House. “I am just trying to carry out the job I’ve been elected to do,” Obama said.

Fox Television announced that the no bid contract to renovate the White House was awarded to Halliburton by Senator Ted Stevens who was in charge of the project.


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