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Sunday, 31 January 2010

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Too Many Dykes, Not Enough Fingers Plague New Orleans!

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin called out the Obama administration and the Army Corps of Engineers as the reason New Orleans lost the venue for this year's Super Bowl Game to Miami.

"It's outrageous, " said the suddenly wealthy, prosperous, multi-millionaire former newspaper boy, " here we have the New Orleans Saints in the Super Bowl, and they're not even the home team despite our efforts to fix the game by having a Line Judge stomp on Favre's ankle!"

"This is not only a blow to our economic recovery," he continued, " but another incidence of the Obama administration's refusal to support small business!"

Nagin aides say he was referring to the host of pick pockets, tarot card readers, street musicians, drug salesmen and refugee Tonton Macoute Security Guards recently descending on the city for "Green Jobs" promised by Obama.

Nagin, now rich beyond his wildest dreams after a deluge of unregulated cash descended on his city after the Katrina Hurricane, also castigated the Army Corp of Engineers for the nation's largest collection of 'Dykes in Distress.'

Addressing the situation, Nagin said," we've run out of volunteers to plug up the holes with their fingers....some people are already up to their elbows trying to plug the leaks!"

An aide said that as a humanitarian gesture, and to combat recent bad publicity, former son-in-law in waiting 'Levee" Johnson has been enlisted
to publicize the city's plight during a Super Bowl Ad.

According to the aide, Johnson said he was willing to help out unconditionally, " Just point a hole out...I'll jump right on it!"

Immediately after the announcement Nagin departed for the Dominican Republic for a Winter Vacation at Charlie Wrangle's (sic) sea side vacation villa to support another Democratic Tax Free Non Profit Humanitarian.

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