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Tuesday, 4 September 2012

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President Obama has told the White House press corps to call Paul Ryan "Skippy" since Ryan really loves the name.

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana - GOP vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan was campaigning in Indianapolis, the town that was named after the Cleveland Indians.

He told a crowd that had gathered in the parking lot of a Fishy Smell Seafood Grill that he and Mitt Romney are going to show the American people that they are more American than President Obama and Vice-President Biden.

Little Bunny Foo Foo, as Ryan has been nicknamed by Vice-President Joe Biden, stated that his last name is much more American sounding than Biden's name.

Someone in the crowd wearing a blue gimme cap hollered out that the name Romney sounds Russian.

Ryan giggled and said that just because a name sounds a certain way does not mean that it means a certain thing.

The man in the blue gimme cap yelled out, "What the hell are you talking about Skippy?"

Ryan shouted back that his name is not Skippy and that he does not want anyone to call him that.

"Hey Eddie Munster" shouted out another voice.

"How about Beaver Cleaver? How does that sound to you?"

Ryan just shook his head and asked if everyone in Indiana was as arrogant as this crowd was.

The crowd broke out in a thunderous chorus of boos.

A deep voice from the back asked Ryan if he could see Russia from his home in Wisconsin.

He grinned and replied "Well, as a matter of fact fella, when the weather is perfectly clear, I can actually see Russia from my back porch."

The crowd erupted in laughter and started shouting out "JOE BI-DEN! JOE BI-DEN! JOE BI-DEN!"

Ryan got pissed off and boarded his Wisconsin Cheese Whiz GOP Vice-Presidential Campaign Bus.

In Clint Eastwood News. 82-year-old Eastwood has just announced that he is writing a book on GOP comedic anecdotes to be titled, The Good, The Bad, and The Empty Chair.

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