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Sunday, 1 April 2007

According to a classified document obtained by our investigative reporter, the prestigious humor website TheSpoof.com is a covert sting operation run by the National Security Agency (NSA) to out opponents of the The Sheik Formerly Known As President Bush (TSFKAPB).

The classified document reveals the Spoof.com is funded by the NSA. It also revealed that the editors of the prestigeous TheSpoof.com and its few writers that regularly use words longer than four letters also are on the NSA payroll.

THe classified document shows how articles posted on the presigeous TheSpoof.com website are logged, and rated by the NSA as anti- or pro- TSFKAPB. Writers that are identified as Anti-TSFKAPB are sent audit notices from the IRS following a long-standing policy initiated during the Clintonista regime. Pro-TSFKAPB writers receive a $2.53 refund checks from the IRS for every pro-TSFKAPB article posted on the prestigeous TheSpoof.comwebsite. To date, $7.59 has been paid out.

The classified document reveals its strong disappointment in the failure of TheSpoof.com to out CIA embarrassment Valerie Plame through obtaining Anti-TEFKAPB articles that she allegely wrote. It blames this failure on the fact that Ms. Plame is functionally illiterate. The document notes that a simple background check of Ms. Plame's educational background would have shown that she was a graduate of Penn State University and therfore stupid.

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