Obama to Be Honored in Opa-locka Alongside Other Fake Arabs
It is probably for the best that respected newspapers such as USA Today (at this point respected not because of journalistic integrity but because it's not on the total brink of bankruptcy and collapse) don't yet allow their journalists to inject snark into stories, but sometimes you can tell they want to so, so much.
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