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Tuesday, 25 September 2012

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Mitt Romney knows that President Obama was born in the good old USA. (Photo by Jill Biden).

NEW YORK CITY - It appears that other than the headaches that Mitt Romney is getting from being asked to show his income tax returns he now has to deal with his vice-presidential candidate Paul "Eddie Munster" Ryan.

"Old Mittens" has admitted to the media that he truly believes that President Obama was born in the United States, no matter what Sarah "Snowflake" Palin says about Hawaii not really being a part of the U.S.

He has made it clear that he does not want to waste one more minute discussing the issue. But low and behold his running mate, who has been tagged with the nickname Little Bunny Foo Foo continues to press the matter and look like he just fell off of a Wisconsin cheese truck.

Ryan, or "Lyin Ryan" as vice-president Joe Biden nicknamed him, continues telling people that the president was not born in the United States.

He explains that he, Rush Limbaugh, and Ann Coulter, who he says are all extremely intelligent truly believe that the president was born in Switzerland.

When Ryan was asked by GOPicky Magazine if he didn't mean to say Kenya, he became very upset and replied, "Now lookie here, I said Switzerland and I meant Switzerland. If I had meant to say Kenya don't you think that I would have effen said Kenya - for goodness sakes. I want you reporters to stop making me look like I'm a cup and saucer short of a full place setting"

Amos Soursuckle with GOPicky laughed and remarked that the media does not have to even try to do that since he is doing a pretty darn good job of it all by his little bitty self.

SIDENOTE: A highly placed reliable inside source in the Romney campaign has stated that Mitt is getting fed up with Ryan acting like a male version of the "Loose Moose" Sarah Palin.

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