After Obama’s address to Congress (his faux State of the Union Address) the Republican Party put forward Bobby Jindal to state their side of the case. Bobby is considered something of a prodigy, having been a community leader, the president of Louisiana’s university system, a Congressman and now the state’s governor. He has been discussed as the Republican’s answer to Obama, and a possibility for presidential candidate come 2012. (I have to wonder if this is serious.)
Born and raised Hindi, Bobby converted to Catholicism as a young man. In December of 1994 he wrote an article for the New Oxford Review that details the “strange behavior” of his friend “Susan,” who was unaccountably crying uncontrollably after having been diagnosed with cancer and the suicide of her best friend. Bobby was unable to determine the cause of Susan’s tears, and later concluded (as anyone would have) that the girl was possessed by a demon which was wracked with pain by the christian music they had been listening to. His conclusion was supported by Susan’s bizarre rage at being pinned to the floor by her friends and sister, while the group (Bobby included) chanted bible verses at her. Finally, Bobby knew they were doing the right thing when Susan attempted to escape the exorcism, proving that she was the victim of demonic possession.
Afterwards, Bobby reports, Susan awoke as if from a dream, free of her demonic parasite. Oh, and he also cured her cancer.
(April fools! I got you all! Bobby Jindal was never a community leader! LOL!)