LAS VEGAS - Although Las Vegas is far from New York City, organizers are working straight through the next couple of nights to insure that Occupy Wall is 'well represented.' Some protestors are flying, some are driving, and others are walking really fast.
Nevertheless, CNN is ready to host the one hundred and nineteenth Presidential Republican Primary debate this year. Anchor Wolf Blitzer, chosen again to host, was relieved to step out of The Situation Room because it gets 'too hot in there.' However, he already knows that perspiration makes for good television.
The upcoming debate is to include the usual suspects minus Jon Huntsman. He has an appointment to speak Mandarin with an old friend he met back when he was employed by the Obama administration. No word yet on the location of that meeting.
But organizers have a few tricks up their sleeves, which is why they were very reluctant to share with our reporters. Though one intern, bribed with a $10 Target Gift card, told us that everyone brought 'extra pairs of shoes' and hope to 'chuck them' at all the candidates 'all at the same time so no one escapes.'
Authorities have been notified but are hopeless because they believe Mayor Michael Bloomberg is involved in a conspiracy to run for President of the United States as the de-facto leader of Occupy Wall Street.
In related news, Sarah Palin has been on the short list of names for Bloomberg's Vice Presidency.