Obfuscation isn't difficult in most programming languages. It's why we have "good practices" because it is so easy to hide what you mean in badly written code.
Obfuscation tends to be even easier in dynamic languages because of how forgiving they tend to be - and because they tend to give you direct access to the environment so that you can manipulate it.
Today, for fun, I'm going to obfuscate this code:
def _(n): if n <= 0: