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Sunday, 15 February 2009

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Ronald Reagon, who pretended to be a President, giving an award to Frank Sinatra who pretended he could sing.

The Oscar Committee has nominated the Republican Party for a special Oscar this year- 'Best Act Put On By A Political Entity'.

Mrs. Tallulah Bankaccount, head of the board overseeing nominations, stated "The Republican Party has for decades put on a show of pretending to be in harmony with the interests of democracy while actually gutting all rules of checks and balances and concentrating power towards their interests. They have also taken upon themselves an incredible aura of religiosity while actually harboring some of the worst conniving hypocrites around.

"They have, especially in the last eight years, surmounted to the higher levels of political office by almost sheer audacious artistry and nerve. Their success in setting up a front man as President whose only purpose was to detract attention to himself while the behind-the-scenes men pillaged the economy, ransacked international law and shredded Constitutional rights was a performance right up there with the best of the Macbeth's.

"Many feel they are deserving of the Oscar for this performance alone".

Special awards in the category 'Best Political Creep of the Year' go to:

Dick Cheney as Lurch.
Karl Rove as Igor.
Ann Coulter as Vampirella.
Donald Rumsfield as The Mad Hatter.
Michael Gonzalez as The Creature From The Black Lagoon.

The Democratic Party has also been nominated for a special Oscar- Best Act Of Pretending They Know What The Hell They Are Doing.

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