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President Obama goes to an elementary school outside of New Orleans to a community near the ocean to talk with six-grade kids for a photo-op.

After his talk, he offers a question time.

A little American-Vietnamese boy puts up his hand, catching the eye of the president, an obvious minority student.

Obama asks him his name.

"Lanh," responds the young boy.

"And what is your question, Lanh?" the president asks.

"I have four questions, Mr. President" Lanh replies.

"First, why did you allow the U.S. to bomb Libya without the support of the Congress? Second, why do you keep saying you fixed the economy when it's actually gotten worse?"

"Third, why did you say that Jeremiah Wright was your mentor, then said that you knew nothing about his preaching and beliefs? And finally Fourth, why are we lending money to Brazil to drill for oil, but America is not allowed to drill for oil?"

Just then the bell rings for recess. Obama informs the kids that they will continue after recess, and leaves the room.

When the class resumes Obama says, "OK, where were we? Oh, that's right: question time. Who has a question?"

Another little boy puts up his hand. Obama points him out and asks him his name.

"Minh," he responds.

"And what is your question, Minh?"

"Actually, I have two questions," Minh replies

First, why did the recess bell ring 20 minutes early? Second, what happened to Lanh?"


TKS to Gail, Pennsylvania





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