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Obama Announces New $240 Billion Alchemy Initiative to Boost Economy

With a fragile U.S. economy hanging in the balance and soaring gas prices looming as a threat to any hopes of a consistent recovery, President Obama has announced plans to implement a $240 billion alchemy initiative program to help stimulate the economy.

The plan will include tax breaks to companies who will abandon primitive plans for off-shore oil drilling, for the pursuit of more modern alchemy experiments and production.

The President hopes that the new plan will be as wildly successful as the Green Jobs initiative he implemented when he first came into office.

“It’s clear why such an effort is so important,” he said.  “Building a robust alchemy sector is how we will create jobs of the future, jobs that will, quite literally, pay for themselves.”

“We boast one critical, renewable resource the rest of the world cannot match,” he continued. “American ingenuity.”

When asked whether or not that “American ingenuity” would actually keep people from being coaxed into supporting such a plan, Obama responded, “I convinced them to vote for me.  Twice.  Anything is possible.”

Pressed for further details about the program, the President said, “Let me be clear. This isn’t rocket science. We leave that to the professionals at our Muslim Outreach Program, er, NASA.  This isn’t as complicated as say, solving the riddle of what caused Benghazi.  What we’re basically doing here is turning other metals into gold.  How can that possibly fail?  I mean, we’re the people that brought you Solyndra.”

He added, “With so much success in the solar energy field, this seems like a logical next step for our Energy Department.”

The President would not comment on future rumored projects such as turning Gummi Bears and potato skins into fuel.


Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance journalist focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been writing conservatively charged articles for several years in the upstate New York area, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, American Thinker,, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record. He is also Editor of one of the top conservative blogs of 2012, the Mental Recession.

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