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Funny story: Vice President Biden Admits He Goes To Canada For All His Prescriptions

Vice President Biden Admits He Goes To Canada For All His Prescriptions

Washington, DC Vice-President Joe Biden was chastised by fellow Democrats when he admitted that he goes to Canada for all of his prescriptions. He then went on to recommend that all Americans do this to save money. Mr. Biden further announced th...
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Funny story: Child Avoids Trip to National Park

Child Avoids Trip to National Park

Eleven-year-old Ted Ews has narrowly avoided having to go on a Sunday trip with his family to Big Bend National Park, in Texas. "No," he shouted, stomping his foot, when his father, Barry, first voiced the idea during dinner the night before. "No.
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Funny story: Ted Cruz Reads to Children in Hospital

Ted Cruz Reads to Children in Hospital

Children being treated at a Washington, D.C. hospital got a welcome surprise Tuesday when Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) gave them a bedtime reading of "Green Eggs and Ham," the classic Dr. Seuss story about health care reform. "I'm an Ass," he began, standing before the roomful of sick children in their hospital beds. "Ass I am. "That Ass I am! That Ass I am! I will not treat you Ass I am.
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