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Topics: Ron Paul, Gilligan

Friday, 1 February 2008

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Ron Paul's Island

Today Ron Paul and his 7 hard core followers landed on his new independent island in the south Pacific Ocean. After his failed Presidential campaign ground to a halt in Iowa, followers urged Ron to consider alternatives.

"Ron needed to hear from the people who really care about his well being," said a skinny man known only as "little buddy" in the Ron Paul inner circle.

"I think Ron is really handsome," said his hair stylist Ginger, "I'll gladly do his hair for the rest of his life."

"Where Ron went wrong," said Thurston Howell the 3rd, "Is he didn't raise enough money. Lovey and I couldn't keep floating him loans. We barely had enough of the green stuff left to fill four large suitcases for the boat ride over."

"Mr Paul is like a father to me," said the island's cook, who goes by Mary Ann, "I think it will be neat to have him as President of the island. Now he can tuck me into my hammock every night."

"Technologically speaking I think Mr. Paul's campaign lagged behind," said his campaign manager known only as "The Professor", "If he had listened to some of my ideas more often instead of Gilligan and the Skipper, he would have done better in the polls."

Ron Paul Island will also be host to a new version of "Survivor", where contestants will see how long they can handle extreme Libritarianism and seven stranded castaways. Coming to the Biography Channel in Fall 2008.

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