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Funny story: President Obama Says That Approval Numbers Are Nothing But Numbers

President Obama Says That Approval Numbers Are Nothing But Numbers

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Obama has stated on several occasions that he has the hardest job in the world. He said that it is harder than being an Oregon Lumberjack, a Massachusetts grape stomper, and even a West Virginia coal miner. He poin...
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Funny story: Congress Strikes Back: Gives Taxpayers a 4% Approval Rating

Congress Strikes Back: Gives Taxpayers a 4% Approval Rating

Washington -- Still stinging from the lowly 10% approval rating it received from the American public, Congress has taken revenge, bestowing a measly four percent approval rating on taxpaying citizens. "Taxpayers are doing a terrible job of providi...
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Funny story: Simon Cowell brought in to approve new Spoofs

Simon Cowell brought in to approve new Spoofs

Legendary evil bastard, Simon Cowell, has agreed to become the Spoof's number one story approver. "It's been noted," said Cowell, "that there is a large number of stories coming into the Spoof that fail on some very basic criteria. Up until now pe...
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Funny story: Punctuation to be made optional in all online material

Punctuation to be made optional in all online material

Due to a deteriorating command of the English language it has been determined that punctuation is no longer required in any material to be put on line It just confuses things said Don Caster head of English at Oxford University Nobody needs punctu...
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Funny story: Congressional tour bus veers to the right and then to the left before crashing

Congressional tour bus veers to the right and then to the left before crashing

Puddinpop, Virginia -- Congressional leaders have embarked on a cross country bus tour of the nation designed to put them in closer touch with the voting public. The journey is said to be in response to a Gallup poll which shows that over 8 out o...
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Funny story: Clegg Copies Obama In Attempt To Boost Ratings

Clegg Copies Obama In Attempt To Boost Ratings

In an attempt to boost his flagging popularity, Lib Dem leader has taken a leaf out of Barrack Obama's book by going back to his roots. The US President returned to his ancestors' wig making shop in Moneygall, County Offaly, had a pint of Guinness...
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Funny story: Americans' Approval Rating Plummets

Americans' Approval Rating Plummets

WASHINGTON DC (AP Newsliar) - A Pew Research Center poll of current U.S. presidents reveals that the approval rating of American voters has plummeted from 100% in January, 2009 to 0% in July, showing that sitting U.S. presidents now overwhelmingly St...
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Funny story: George Bush launches final, bold new plan to secure his legacy.

George Bush launches final, bold new plan to secure his legacy.

AP- 11/7/2007 - The White House - US President George W. Bush stated this morning in a staged press conference that the final policy goal of his Presidency will be to try to figure out how to distance himself from the remaining 34% of Americans who a...
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