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Wednesday, 9 September 2009

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The world renowned liberal Adolf Hitler is not as famous as his evil twin

The conservatives today have unveiled plans which they hope will win them the next election.

In a bid to run the next government, David Cameron has cloned himself an evil twin.

The twins will live and also debate together jointly in Prime Minister's questions.

"It's time I looked into the dark half of myself to get the answers we need," said David Cameron, "this is vital if we are to win."

Tension is already running high when during morning coffee, Evil David referred to Good David as 'a cunt' and threatened to rip out his eyes to expose the brain so he could urinate over it. Mr Cameron was reported to be 'upset' by the by the incident but was encouraged with the potential for constructive debates in Parliment, "It should shake things up a bit!" he said later.

Political correspondant Jip Kidney commented, "This is a big gamble for the Tories to show the public that they are ready for government. Let's hope they fair better than Hitler."

Previous attempts at cloning for profit include one in 1936 when renowned Austrian liberal, Adolf Hitler's evil clone went on to win the election but then famously tried to kill everybody.

The real Adolf Hitler fled Germany and moved to Devon in England where he died in 1987. "I fucked up!" He said in his last interview, "Who'd have thought that an evil clone could annoy so many people!"

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