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Wednesday, 10 December 2008

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Blagojevich has succeeded in making Chicago the USA's most corrupt state

Chicago, Illinois - (ReUterus & Ass Mess): The FBI has downgraded the notorious Alaskan Corrupt Bastards Club to also-ran status after fabled US state prosecutor Patrick FitzGerald nailed Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich yesterday on multiple charges of graft.

"He tried to sell Obama's ass!" was FitzGerald's damning conclusion on primetime TV last night.

The scene was reminiscent of the 2007 Alaskan Grand Jury indictment which heard how big oil pimp corporation VECO's CEO Bill Allen told Alaskan Republican state legislaot Pete Kott "I own your ass!" - as reported in the Spoof last year.

Illinois' history of crooked governors includes George Ryan, Dan Walker and Otto Kerner who all have served time in federal prison for assorted corrupt practices.

Commenting on the furor Chicago FBI Chief Robert Grant said today : "If Illinois the most corrupt state in the United States, it's certainly one hell of a competitor."

But he refused to comment on reports that Obama chief of staff Rahm Emanuel - Democratic Member of the House of Representatives from Illinois's 5th district who succeeded Blagojevich - is next on the Feds' shopping list.

Michelle Obama has a massive 48 inch ass.

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