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Funny story: CIA/NSA to 'automate' the 2016 Presidential Election

CIA/NSA to 'automate' the 2016 Presidential Election

Vapor Lock, Virginia - The US government can expect a 100% voter turnout for the 2016 Presidential Election. The reason: Democracy is going digital. America's two surveillance powerhouses - the Central Intelligence Agency and the Nationa...
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Funny story: Politics is going online

Politics is going online

In the most radical shake-up of British Politics since the Whigs and Tories merged to form the Tories, a solution has been found to the age old problem of the electorate not being engaged with the running of the country. The way politics works in...
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Funny story: G.O.P. Looking Ahead, Far Ahead

G.O.P. Looking Ahead, Far Ahead

Elated, but not content with new ballot restrictions imposed in nine swing states since 2013, Republicans are seeking to further reduce Democratic participation in future elections by 'potential' Dems by targeting kids in kindergarten and grade schoo...
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Funny story: New Law Would Compel American Voters To Look At, Listen To, and Have Competent Authority Describe The Politicians They Will Vote For Before Voting For Them

New Law Would Compel American Voters To Look At, Listen To, and Have Competent Authority Describe The Politicians They Will Vote For Before Voting For Them

In a bid to make American voters more educated about, and possibly reconsider, their decision to vote, lawmakers have passed a law requiring American voters to look at, listen to, and have a competent authority describe the politicians they will vote...
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Funny story: Mayoral "Don't Vote For Me" Plea

Mayoral "Don't Vote For Me" Plea

PORT MATILDA, PA -(AP) - A small town mayor in Pennsylvania missed the August deadline for taking his name off the ballot for an upcoming mayoral election. No one is running in opposition to him. The 70 year old man who is the current mayor is runn...
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Funny story: Southerners wink, nod at each other

Southerners wink, nod at each other

THE SOUTH--In response to the Supreme Court striking down a key portion of the Civil Rights Act of 1965, requiring certain southern states to seek federal approval before changing voting laws, white Southerners of all ages and backgrounds exchang...
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Funny story: Shock for Non Voters

Shock for Non Voters

A worrying trend for non voters emerged at the Eastleigh by election when 53% of the electorate voted. Out political correspondent tried to find a non voter representative but there appeared to be only one spokesman available. Jim Snout, a vetera...
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Funny story: David Cameron Appeal to Bouncers Nationwide

David Cameron Appeal to Bouncers Nationwide

In a surprise move last night; Prime Minister David Cameron launched the Tory Party's new voter campaign 'Oy! Vote for us!' aimed specifically at the Nation's more than 25.000 club-bouncers. When asked about the reasoning for this highly specific tar...
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Funny story: How Low Can You Get?

How Low Can You Get?

The lack of enthusiasm displayed by the British public to vote for Police Commissioners has led to some serious discussion in the upper echelons of Government. The plan for voting for executioners which was to be incorporated into the Tory electio...
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Funny story: Florida Man Still In Line To Vote

Florida Man Still In Line To Vote

KISSIMMEE, Florida - 78-year old Kissimmee resident Dick Lawton continues to patiently wait his turn to vote outside the Buenaventura Lakes Branch Library. Even though a week has now passed since election day, Lawton remains vigilant that he has...
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Funny story: SCOTUS: 2016 Presidential office to be auctioned on eBay

SCOTUS: 2016 Presidential office to be auctioned on eBay

Washington DC - The Supreme Court of the United States of America today ruled by construction that since corporations are people, and money is free speech: dollars are votes. The Chief Justice who wrote the ruling spoke briefly to the largest asse...
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Funny story: Birth certificate typo reshapes Mitt Romney's campaign

Birth certificate typo reshapes Mitt Romney's campaign

Washington, DC - A typographical error discovered on Mitt Romney's birth certificate yesterday has reshaped the Republican nominee's presidential campaign. Due to the omission of a single, small "m," the document defines Romney as "a Moron" instea...
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Funny story: Romney Team Startled to Find Corporations Don't Vote

Romney Team Startled to Find Corporations Don't Vote

Late Friday afternoon, a dark cloud descended on Mitt Romney's election team. They suddenly came to the realization that even if, "corporations are people too, my friend," corporations cannot actually vote. "All this time we've run our campaign wi...
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Funny story: An Afternoon in Pennsylvania, September 2012

An Afternoon in Pennsylvania, September 2012

I don't mean to brag, but I'm feeling pretty proud of myself today. I just did something worthy of "adventurer" status in Oregon Trial II. It wasn't the greatest feat. Nothing deserving of a GOOD mag email blast or 60 Minutes free-solo fame. We're talking college app essay material, a little deed that affirms who I am. So, I just moved to West Philly, and though I work full-time I've been tryin...
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Funny story: Polls Show Most Americans Think Election Already Happened

Polls Show Most Americans Think Election Already Happened

While America is known for its widespread voter apathy, recently reported levels of sheer voter ignorance still managed to astound long-time political analysts when polls revealed that nearly 72% of Americans believe that the 2012 presidential electi...
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Funny story: GOP Primary Voters Would Like to Use One of Their Lifelines Please

GOP Primary Voters Would Like to Use One of Their Lifelines Please

Faced with an unpleasant choice in a rapidly narrowing but still unappealing field of presidential hopefuls, Republican voters this week asked television host Meredith Vieira if they could please use one of their lifelines to help them pick the corre...
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Funny story: DNC Examines President Obama's 2008 Election Victory

DNC Examines President Obama's 2008 Election Victory

Washington DC: The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has investigated the events leading up to President Obama's victory in the 2008 US presidential election. The DNC is interested in how to repeat this victory in the 2012 US presidential election.
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Funny story: Politician Could Have Used Local Man's Single, Meaningless Vote

Politician Could Have Used Local Man's Single, Meaningless Vote

(February 28, 2012)... Stunning news for a promising political campaign today, as a Presidential Candidate fell just short of victory, and lost a statewide primary by a single vote. After hours of statistical analysis and sociological speculation, t...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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