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Tuesday, 10 June 2008

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New York City - During an interview today with FOX News anchor Connie Jobs, McCain advisor Burt Simpleton admitted that McCain suffered from incontinence and had been embarrassed on more than one occasion while campaigning. Simpleton claimed that this wasn't actually a health issue, but the result of a curse placed on the Republican presidential candidate by the Obama camp.

"There's no question they are using Voodoo and other forms of sinister magic to attack Mr. McCain and weaken him. They will stoop to anything to win, so placing a curse on an opponent is simply business as usual for them."

Jobs agreed with Simpleton's assessment of the situation, but asked if he had any actual proof Obama was practicing the dark arts.

"Of course. We have video of a ceremony conducted in a hotel room in Tulsa that clearly shows animal sacrifice and the drinking of blood. After this, a doll resembling Mr. McCain is torn to shreds by drug-crazed staffers and this is followed by a sexual orgy that would shock Bill Clinton. Unfortunately, due to the graphic nature of the film, we cannot make it public."

The curse, according to Simpleton, also affects McCain's memory and reasoning abilities. "It has the power to make McCain sound uninformed and out of touch," said Simpleton. "We won't take this lying down. We are developing a counter curse as I speak."

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