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Friday, 5 September 2008

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Washington DC, September 5, 2008: The National Enquirer is reporting that during President Bush's Administration, $500 Billion was allocated to develop a hurricane making machine. This storm generating capability has been undergoing system testing for the last 30 days.

The secret program code named "SHOTGUN" was initiated to create hurricanes that would sweep across the island of Cuba to eliminate Fidel Castro, wherever he might be residing. An underwater facility, built in International waters of the Atlantic Ocean, houses the necessary equipment.

Vice President Cheney was in the control room for the start up tests. He inadvertently leaned up against a control panel, changing one of the geographic coordinates, causing Hurricane GUSTAV to only graze Cuba and slam into New Orleans LA. On the next try Hurricane HANNA didn't hit Cuba, but went on by. The third try could produce Hurricane IKE, which as of this moment appears to be a Cuban "Bullseye". (The vice president had already left for the Republican National Convention.)

Fidel Castro has reportedly slipped out of Cuba, to visit his best buddy President Hugo Chavez in Venezuela.

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