By Jimmie Robinson
Tale JIMMIE ROBINSONart & conceal JIMMIE ROBINSON"OH, BOMB AH!" half TwoPresident Obama strikes ahead to close down Bomb Queen's urban of crime, however the Queen's villainous reaction may make Monica Lewinsky blush. do not pass over the scandal of the century whilst Bomb Queen takes at the White condo. Can Obama deal with Bomb Queen's "improper relations?"
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