A man accused of being a Nazi supporter has lost his final appeal to stay in the USA. Mr. Joseph Kennedy, former ambassador and all-round fascist bigot, has been told to either 'get out now, or make your sons famous politicians'.
Speaking from his bunker in Boston, Massachussets, Mr. Kennedy said 'Well, it's a difficult choice. The way things are now in America, I might just choose getting deported to Israel. But maybe conning mugs to make my sons Presidents and senators would be even worse, so that's what I'll be doing.'
Mr. Kennedy was well known as a decent, caring, Nazi supporter, and a bootlegger, in the 1930s, but by the 1960s his family had all become saints, and even now, his son, Ted 'Fatbelly' Kennedy, is in the news, for no apparent reason.
But fellow Nazi, George Heinrich Bush, said: 'Stop laughing at America. That's my job.' And in a twist, Senator Hitlery Clinton, speaking from the living room in Ellen Degeneres' flat, said: 'When I'm President, I'll make zee trains run on time!' But President George W. Bush, setting fire to his swastika armband, as he tried to iron it, added: 'Hey, them Nasties weren't so bad! At least they made the British stop playing golf for six years, think ah'll try that mahself. Where's my fire extinguisher?'
Joseph Goebbels is 82.