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Thursday, 14 May 2009

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Home Secretary Smith Caught Wind of Griffin's Ways

(DALLAS, USA) -- In a Parliamentary meeting Thursday, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith extended her ban of outspoken Americans to include Sir Peter Griffin. Griffin is the bigoted, far from politically correct, lead character in the America's animated television show The Family Guy.

The Secretary blasted Peter Griffin as "a man who speaks his mind freely. He holds certain beliefs and sticks to them, regardless of what the government tells him to think. We'll have no crazy man telling us what ridiculous values to espouse. We have our MP's for that" she added, while officially imposing the ban.

An undisclosed MP informed the Secretary that Peter Griffin is actually an animated character from an American TV show.

Smith at first appeared surprised, but then, gathering herself, added "we shall immediately take up committee to ban American television from impinging on our freedoms."

Madame Smith added that she'd "like to go a round with the curmudgeon."

Back stateside, Griffin is planning to join the lawsuit filed by America's Michael Savage. Savage was banned despite having no intentions of visiting England.

Michael Savage describes himself as "one who does not advocate violence, who advocates patriotic traditional values - borders, language, culture", thereby cinching Smith's ban.

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