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Monday, 15 July 2013

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Reverend Al Sharpton really feels that George Zimmerman would be a lot safer in Afghanistan.

NEW YORK CITY - Reverend Al Sharpton stood in front of the Statue of Liberty and said that the jury has spoken and now the people must obey what the jury has said no matter how they may feel.

The reverend who is no stranger to controversy told Sinclair Petaluma a reporter with Political Salad Bar Magazine that if he were Mr. George Zimmerman he would do three things.

First, he would see about changing his name to something else; maybe a Japanese name or even an Eskimo name. Second he would lose about 100 pounds so that he would not be recognizable. And three he would leave the country on the next flight bound for Afghanistan.

Mr. Petaluma asked him why of all countries would he suggest he go to a dangerous place like Afghanistan.

Reverend Sharpton took a sip of his Peach Gatorade and replied, "Cause as dangerous as Afghanistan is I really and truly do believe in my heart of hearts that Mr. Zimmerman would be a whole lot safer over in Afghanistan."

In Other News. President Obama has just let it be known that the rumor that he will be allowing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie the use of Air Force One on a personal visit to Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Thailand is just not true and he heard that the rumor was most probably started by that newly-hired FOX News employee Elisabeth Hasselbeck.

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