John McCains campaign has confirmed the removal of their Virginia leadership representative Bobby May, over the prominent GOP veterans penning of a racially charged column parodying the policies of Barack Obama.
The piece, entitled The (clarified) Platform of Barack Hussein Obama, appeared this week in The Voice newspaper.
Throughout the column, May lampooned Obamas ethnically diverse background and how it would affect his presidential policies.
On the drug crisis, May explained that the senator would raise taxes to pay for free drugs for Obamas inner-city political base, while keeping the Constitutions right to keep and bear arms only for gang-bangers, illegal aliens, Islamo-Fascist terrorists, and Senator Jim Webbs aide.
In addition, May stated that Obama would replace the U.S. flags 50 stars with a star and crescent logo, a traditional Islamic symbol.
On the White House, May mocked that Senator Obama would hire rapper Ludacris to paint it black.
Taxes [would] be increased to buy enough paint for the job plus spray-paint for the graffiti.
Regarding the economy, May ranted that the Democratic presidential nominee would change US currency to pictures of Oprah Winfrey, Ludacris and Shelia Jackson-Lee, while appointing mogul 50 Cent as the new Secretary of the Treasury.
Acknowledging Obamas family roots in Kenya, May quipped that as president Barack Obama would send most of Americas tax money to Africa so that the Obama family there can skim off enough to allow them to free their goats and live the American Dream.
John McCains removal of Bobby May comes as his struggling campaign seeks to quell the inciting rhetoric that has lead to his recent events taking on a mob like atmosphere of angry, paranoid, and misinformed voters.
May previously has worked for numerous state Republicans campaigns for such figures as former VA Attorney General Jerry Kilgore, Lt. Gov. Bill Boling, and U.S. Rep. Virgil Good.
Before his dismissal, he also served as the treasurer of the VA Buchanan County Republican Party.
At press time, Senator Obama nor his campaign have commented on the matter.