Swine Flu No Match for Obama’s Immune System

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Obama takes in a deep breath of swine flu while in Mexico recently, just to show it who's boss.
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Even as swine flu begins to wreak havoc across the globe, we can already celebrate a small victory against America's newest, scariest enemy. During a visit to Mexico City on April 16, President Obama was guided through an anthropology museum by the well-known archaeologist Felipe Solis, who, unfortunately, died the next day from "flulike symptoms." It wasn't clear if Solis had swine flu, and some reports claim he died from pneumonia, but it all sounds very suspicious. It's fairly obvious that the scheming flu was trying to take out our president, making it all the more easy to spread among the American populace in the ensuing chaotic breakdown of society. Thankfully, Obama's superhuman immune system fought off the sneak attack, and the White House reports he exhibits no symptoms.

White House: President Obama does not have swine flu from recent Mexico trip [NYDN]
Mexico Seeks to Contain Swine Flu, Economic Impact [Bloomberg]