H/T Steve Sigmund
Didn’t I tell you? Barack Hussein is nothing more than a worthless parasite, whose only purpose in life is to suck the life out of others, and he has spent eight years doing exactly that, and if the bath house rumors are true, he has been on the “job” much longer.
So, when you say, “Obama sucks!” and someone challenges you, show them this!
A noted parasitologist has discovered a new species of parasite, “Baracktrema obamai,” that he named in honor of Barack Hussein, who, as coincidence would have it, is also a parasite.
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The parasitologist making the discovery, Thomas R. Platt, claims he named the parasite for Obama as an honor, and also because he is a distant relative of our Parasite-in-Chief.
Barack Hussein’s legacy will live on forever. Not only is his name now appropriately and forever associated with other parasites, but many localities are considering naming their sewer treatment plants after our 44th president.
According to Popular Science, “A new species of blood fluke was found infecting the lungs of turtles in Malaysia. This parasitic flatworm has been dubbed Baracktrema obamai, in honor of the President of the United States (who is the fifth cousin twice removed of one of the discovering scientists).
B. obamai is described in the August issue of the Journal of Parasitology as having a long, thread-like body. So far, it’s shown up in two freshwater turtles, the black marsh turtle (Siebenrockiella crassicollis) and southeast Asian box turtle (Cuora amboinensis).
The scientists found clusters of tens to hundreds of fluke eggs in the turtles’ lung alveoli, the tiny sacs where blood receives oxygen and gets rid of carbon dioxide. How these eggs get outside to hatch and infect new hosts isn’t clear, although making the turtles cough is probably involved.”
Oh, no! This particular career parasite causes coughing fits. Now we know what is wrong with Hitlery!
The blood fluke Baracktrema obamai, which represents both a new genus and species of parasitic flatworm.