Written by Cal Jennings

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Wednesday, 18 April 2007

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Constitution outlawed by the Bush Administration

EP (Exasperated Press) - Today in Washington, George W. Bush signed a bill into law that was written by his administration. The new law puts an end to the U.S. Constitution. It will now be illegal for any U.S. Citizen to own or display a copy of the Constitution or the Bill of Rights in public or private.

When reporters asked, "Wasn't killing habeus corpus enough?" President Bush replied, "I want ALL of them rights gone. It isn't safe for Americuns to have dangerus dokuments like that. It promotes terrerism and rebellion against our goverment. We can't have that in a time of war."

President Bush is also calling for Congress to extend his term in office indefinitely, stating, "It's not safe for America to change leaders in a time of war. I'm the decider. I decide what's good for America."

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