POTUS holds presser before heading off for vacation

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NEW YORK, NY – President Obama removed one more item on his to-do list before taking the wife and kids to Martha`s Vineyard for summer vacation.

And that was to talk with white house reporters about most of the things he talked about with Jay Leno earlier in the week.

NSA leaker-thief Eddie ‘The Snowman’ Snowden was behind the president`s comments regarding how and from whom the agency collects information.

Snowden and his supporters think The Snowman is a patriot for spilling America’s beans, forcing the President to say, “No I don’t think Mr. Snowden was a patriot. As I said in my opening remarks, I called for a thorough review of our surveillance operations before Mr. Snowden made these leaks.”

The president also said that even though he and Russian President Vladimir Putin are on the outs over Snowden, gay rights, and other issues, “I want to just make very clear right now, I do not think it’s appropriate to boycott the Olympics.”

And there was the usual finger pointing at Republicans for delaying immigration reform and for trying to defund Obama care.

Two more items scratched off the to-do list.