After President Obama confided to the American people that he "shoots skeets all the time," Americans naturally longed to see a picture of their Leader doing so, and therefore, to accomodate such understandable desires by his adoring subjects, the White House published a picture of President Obama shooting his gun even though his aim seemed dangerously low for shooting skeets, but in publishing such photo, the White House also decreed that no one could modify or use the photograph in any manner other than to honor the President. Naturally, the infamous Red Square, the inventor of the ingenious Peoples Cube an the First Among Equals at ThePeoplesCube.Com dared to create a photoshopped version of such photograph that mocked the President, which action, of course, caused widespread riots and also enraged all Progressive Americans, who then immediately demanded justice for this transgression. Promptly thereafter, Law Enforcement authorities apprehended the infamous photoshopper. When right-wingers and tea-party types staged mass demonstrations against such arrest and protested to the State Department, Hillary Clinton, who was still cleaning out her drawers (from a panic attack) issued a terse, nunc pro tunc statement scolding the protestors by asking: "What, at this point, does it matter?" PoliticalXray.Com created this video about ThePeoplesCube.Com .