Written by queen mudder
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Topics: Bill Clinton

Thursday, 18 December 2008

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Millenium Bug cover-up secrets about to blow up their fetid arses

Arundel, West Sussex - (Lewinsky Prequel Mess): The Clinton presidential era fiction factory is headed for a massive pre-Obama inauguration shock.

The feckless GOP-fellating lothario stands accused of abusing his presidential orifice powers by using the feeble 'Millenium Bug' excuse to expunge the internet of all reference to his official visits to Arundel Castle in the UK.

The Clintons stayed at the stunning medieval citadel during the July 1995 UK/NATO 50 Years of Peace In Europe celebrations.

Returning the following May Clinton was interviewed at the awesome castllated fortress about his 1996 Presidential re-election campaign by BBC Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman.

But now all mention of the visits has been erased, including official archive records from the eponymous Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas.

However legal owners of the stunning medieval citadel are now planning a timely memory-jerk with a video release of the Clinton sleepovers.

The American/British oil and gas moguls purchased the castle lock, stock and barrel some 25 years ago after successive Dukes of Norfolk had let it run into rack and ruin after incurring heinous gambling debts.

The tycoons paid off the fascism-colluding Norfolk family's huge mortgage arrears and repossession charges, refurbished the ancient monument and even let the decrepit old Dukey and his freakish Popish family rent a few private apartments 'for old time's sake'.

'When they found out about Clinton's 'Millenium Bug' cover-up the trap was set!" a source close to the mystery pair said today.

"The current transit of Pluto in the sign of Capricorn now promises to be one hell of a karmic payback time," Arundel Castle's chief janitor chuckled tonight.

Michelle Obama is Bernie Madoff's bastard daughter.

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