Written by Cal Jennings
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Thursday, 17 May 2007

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"Nazi Saul" before his haircut

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Michigan - The Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party, Saulius Anuzis, or "Saul" as he likes to be called, took the day off from persecuting and killing Christians to write a petition to keep Ron Paul out of future Republican debates. He also took the time to come up with a new oxymoron, "Support the President and the Troops."

Since it is impossible to support the troops and get them out of the Iraqi Civil War and out of harms way AND support the president, you can easily see why this is an oxymoron.

"Nazi Saul," as he's known to his close friend President Bush, thinks Ron Paul a threat to the current Republican Nazi Party, and wants him silenced.

"Bush doesn't have the balls to have Ron Paul assassinated, so the next best thing is keeping him out of the debates and out of the media. We CERTAINLY have the money to do that," said Nazi Saul.

"Heh, heh," said President Bush, "That's my boy! He and ol' Alberto es mi amigos."

Ron Paul supporters have started an opposing petition, and they are hopeful of making the Nazi Saul petition null, though they fear that their efforts will be silenced. "We halfway expect Bush to call off the 2008 elections and announce himself dictator should our efforts succeed," said one Ron Paul supporter. "We know how much President Bush and the current Republican Party are against freedom, liberty, and privacy."

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