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I guess nobody told her the Australian PM is a woman and an atheist

10:20 am - 11/08/2012
It must be quite a shock for Julia Gillard to find that President Barack Obama's re-election somehow transformed her into Australia's male, Christian president who "actually supports what he says".

Confused? So was Kristen Neel, a teenager from Georgia, who gained Twitter infamy in Australia in a matter of hours on Wednesday evening.

After news President Obama won four more years, the 18-year-old tweeted: "I'm moving to Australia, because their president is a Christian and actually supports what he says."

She has since deleted her Twitter account, but search tool Topsy showed she was retweeted over 1500 times.

Before she went offline, Ms Neel tried to explain.

"I was referring to the prevous (sic) office that actually had a moral position," she wrote.

Australian political and media observers didn't take long to pounce, sending out numerous tweets.

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sunktheglow 8th-Nov-2012 03:32 pm (UTC)
Both years Obama's been elected, people say that they want to move out of the country. I wish that they'd stick with that and actually do it, then we wouldn't ever have to worry about a tea party republican taking office.
moonshaz 8th-Nov-2012 06:26 pm (UTC)
Ikr????
violetrose 8th-Nov-2012 07:25 pm (UTC)
I don't. We don't want butthurt neocon Americans in our countries. We have problems of our own tbh.

Besides, they'd hate any other Western country.
sunktheglow 8th-Nov-2012 07:26 pm (UTC)
Fair enough. I wouldn't wish these morons on anyone. Let's ship them off to another planet.
violetrose 8th-Nov-2012 07:35 pm (UTC)
I wouldn't worry too much. They'd probably migrate en masse back to the US as soon as they found out most of us have evil socialist things like nationalised healthcare and fairly comprehensive welfare states, lol.
sunktheglow 8th-Nov-2012 08:26 pm (UTC)
Maybe Karl Rove shouldn't have spent his hundreds of millions of dollars on a wasted campaign and donated it to them so they can all see a good therapist.
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