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Funny story: Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson Thinking of Running For The U.S. Senate

Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson Thinking of Running For The U.S. Senate

WEST MONROE, Louisiana - Word out of the Robertson Complex in West Monroe is that Robertson family patriarch Phil Robertson is seriously contemplating running for the United States senate. Sinclair Petaluma with Political Salad Bar Magazine is rep...
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Funny story: "Worst Congress" flees into desert following speeches and banquet at annual celebration

"Worst Congress" flees into desert following speeches and banquet at annual celebration

Yesterday, with a nine percent approval rating as the "worst Congress in history," current members proceeded to their annual celebration somewhere in the Arizona desert. All did not end well, however, as Senator Reid explained, staring gravely int...
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Funny story: Uproar in the Washington Senate.

Uproar in the Washington Senate.

Washington: Senator Paddy O'Hare of Massachusetts was yesterday bundled out of a debate in the Senate on additional funding to be made to contain rogue states such as Syria from using chemical weapons. Uproar broke out when O'Hare was invited by the...
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Funny story: Senate And House To Vote On Controversial Suspicion

Senate And House To Vote On Controversial Suspicion

A green light was signaled earlier today, clearing the way for the House and Senate to take a vote on the controversial suspicion of whether or not Frank Sinatra is or isn't the father of Mia Farrow's son, Ronan, born while she was the inamorata of f...
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Funny story: American politicians sort the American Debt Crisis

American politicians sort the American Debt Crisis

American politicians have been told that if they don't get a deal sorted by Wednesday, they will be out of a job on Thursday. "On Thursday," said economic spokesman and former singer, Johnny Cash, "America will shut without an agreement. No more m...
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Funny story: US Congress and Senate Do a Runner

US Congress and Senate Do a Runner

Shocked citizens of "The Land of the Free and the Home of the Broke" woke up today to find that their entire government had absconded rather than face up to the global debt collectors that are expected to come knocking next Thursday. It seems that th...
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Funny story: Brit cops swooped to stop whistleblower Snowden publishing results of US Senators' covert drug testing

Brit cops swooped to stop whistleblower Snowden publishing results of US Senators' covert drug testing

Washington AC/DC - Brits' confiscation of phones and laptops belonging to David Miranda may have been ordered by paranoid US Senate Internal Affairs officials to thwart publication of highly controversial drug testing of the country's top lawnrakers...
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Funny story: Longtime Senator Resigns-Enters Trappist Monastery in Georgia!

Longtime Senator Resigns-Enters Trappist Monastery in Georgia!

Longtime senator Chester Snavely held a press conference on the steps of the Repentant Sinner Monastery in Valdosta, Georgia as he announced his decision to resign from the Senate and become a monk. Senator Snavely, long known for his support of the...
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Funny story: House Republicans offer collective support for Freedom From Wages Act

House Republicans offer collective support for Freedom From Wages Act

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 - House Republicans today announced their intention to fully support the Freedom From Wages Act. "This is a very important piece of legislation," said House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va), "and one that will finally free...
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Funny story: Americans Unite On Social Media, Fire the Entire US Government.

Americans Unite On Social Media, Fire the Entire US Government.

In a unheard of show of solidarity the entire American population got together and decided to fire the US Government for inept performance and incompetent representation. One group started a blog called, US Politicians are Self Serving, Entitled,...
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Funny story: Senator Rand Paul To Block Door To CIA Nomination With His Big White Balls

Senator Rand Paul To Block Door To CIA Nomination With His Big White Balls

Senator Rand Paul is pledging to block the CIA Director nominee John Brennan's passage through the Senate "Out" door. He says that he intends to roll his big balls in front of it to seal it closed, a statement from his Senate office reports. The door...
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Funny story: Senator Alexander's Facebook Falls Victim to Mildly Harassing Comment

Senator Alexander's Facebook Falls Victim to Mildly Harassing Comment

Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander has reportedly suffered a mildly harassing comment on his official Facebook profile. The offending remark was in response to an article the Senator posted which warned against the dangers of the looming fiscal cliff.
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Funny story: Senator Rubio's Facebook Falls Victim to Mildly Harassing Comment

Senator Rubio's Facebook Falls Victim to Mildly Harassing Comment

Freshmen U.S. Senator Marco Rubio has reportedly suffered a mildly harassing comment on his official Facebook profile. The offending remark was in response to an article the Senator posted which claimed, "Rubio slams Obama, Biden on economy." The...
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Funny story: U.S. Senate Bursts into Spontaneous Verse

U.S. Senate Bursts into Spontaneous Verse

The U.S. Senators gathered for today's floor debate unexpectedly and unintentionally broke out into verse in the middle of their proceedings. The following is the official Congressional transcript of what occurred. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES OF THE 112TH CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 2012 SENATE MORNING BUSINESS The Senate met at 10...
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Funny story: U.S. Senatorial Candiddate Todd Akin Registers for Community College Bio Class

U.S. Senatorial Candiddate Todd Akin Registers for Community College Bio Class

St. Louis, MO - Today, the St. Louis Community College's Registration Office had quite the visitor from the campaign trail. No, not either of the candidates for President, but Senatorial candidate, Todd Akin. Akin was quick to point out that he was...
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Funny story: Senate Promises Crackdown on Leaks

Senate Promises Crackdown on Leaks

Leaders of the Senate and House intelligence committees said Thursday they were drafting legislation to further limit who can access bathrooms, toilets, WCs, lavatories…call them what you will…..after a serious of high profile leaks have Americans a...
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Funny story: The U.S. Senate Finally Agrees On Something - There Are Way Too Many Reality Singing Shows

The U.S. Senate Finally Agrees On Something - There Are Way Too Many Reality Singing Shows

WASHINGTON, D.C. - In a surprising move that has even shocked President Obama word coming out of the hallowed halls of the United States Senate is that the Democratic and Republican dudes and dudesses who make lots of money and have fantastic benefit...
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Funny story: US Politicians Buck The Trend

US Politicians Buck The Trend

Former Scottish Labour Party leader and current MSP for Paisley North, Wendy Alexander has announced that she will not seek reelection in the MAY 2011 Election. She has expressed a desire to spend more time with her children and as a result could...
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