Abdul needed a new car but had no idea how he would be able to buy what he wanted and believed he deserved. It was Abdul’s belief that he should be able to drive a new fancy and shiny car, just like the respectable people in his neighborhood. While Abdul was out driving one afternoon, he saw a dealership that had just the car he wanted. He had heard of this dealership before and understood if you demanded enough, the sales people, sales manager, and even the general manager could be bullied and manipulated.
Abdul decided he would turn into “Obama Dealership” and see if he could get a favorable deal and maybe even drive away with a decent car. Abdul started to look around and was approached by two salespeople, Moinz and Lew. All of the typical niceties were exchanged and the sales game began. Moinz and Lew gathered all the financial information on Abdul and explained to Abdul that they would be able to help him but there was no way they would be able to sell him a new car much less the fancy new car Abdul wanted.
As Abdul began to walk away, Moinz and Lew told him to wait a minute while they found their sales manager, Kerry. They explained Kerry was a magician when it came to helping bad people who had no money drive away with the car of their choice. When Kerry came into the sales room, he was told by Moinz and Lew that Abdul not only had very little money, his credit was also bad. As Kerry questioned Abdul, he learned that Abdul gave money away to bad people. Kerry explained that he was a very tough negotiator and he would not hesitate to walk out of the room if an agreement was not reached quickly.
When Abdul heard this, Abdul told Kerry that it was he, Abdul that was gone because he would not be threatened or bullied. Kerry begged Abdul not to leave because he could have any car on the lot he wanted. Abdul explained that was not good enough now but that Kerry would also have to provide him with a substantial income. When Kerry explained that could not possibly be done, Abdul rose and again began to leave. Kerry, believing he had lost the deal begged Abdul to wait while he called General Manager Obama. Abdul agreed but said the only way he would take the car now was if he was also given title to the dealership. Kerry quickly assured Abdul that he was leaving the room only to go and talk to Obama.
When Kerry came back, he informed Abdul that if Abdul would go along with the deal, Obama would give Abdul everything he wanted plus Abdul could have the dealership. Kerry explained to Abdul that Obama would also go to those business people who were causing such problems for Abdul and Obama would do everything in his power to have those people restore to Abdul everything they had taken.
Kerry did explain to Abdul that there could possibly be one problem; the board of directors insisted on having 60 days to approve the deal. Kerry assured Abdul that this should not be too difficult a hurdle since two thirds of the board would have to vote against the deal. In addition Kerry explained that it was himself, Moinz, and Lew that would be explaining the deal to the board and as they always did, they would say anything that was necessary, including blatant lies, to convince the board to go along with any deal Obama had made.
Abdul left the Obama Dealership that day driving the most expensive car that was on the lot with the assurance he would own the dealership, have his standing in his neighborhood restored, be given money when the deal closed with no restrictions on that money so he could give even more to his bad friends, and that he Abdul would be back in business receiving full income without restrictions of any kind.
Abdul could not believe what Moinz, Lew, Kerry, and Obama had given him. That evening he called together his bad friends and their families to celebrate his good luck and laugh and make fun of the fools representing the Obama Dealership.