LONDON - Sir Paul McCartney has agreed to record an album with Yoko Ono, wife of his ex-Beatles bandmate John Lennon.
McCartney who is a world-renowned animal rights activist, peace activist, and crumpets activist said that he and Ms. Ono have said that all proceeds from the sale of the album, which is named, "McOno" will be donated to a brand new stimulus package that Lennon's widow has formed.
The stimulus package known as John & Yoko's All-American Stimulus Package By Golly will go to help in the fight against the hate group known as Hate Group Inc.
Hate Group Inc. is headed by Aaron Gickafunk, who was born in the backseat of a 1971 AMC Gremlin. As a result Mr. Gickafunk grew up with an intense hatred for cars.
It was not until 1991, that he first rode in an automobile. In 2003, Gickafunk founded Hate Group Inc. in order to perpetuate a basic hatred of all things that he did not like, understand or both.
Gickafunk, which is Norwegian for fiord frolicking fop, said that the latest Hate Group Inc. kick is to demand that the President of the United States present his birth certificate.
Mr. Gickafunk, says that he has collected a petition with 37 names that demand that he show Glenn Beck his birth certificate.
When the president was told of Gickafunk's demand, he smiled and said "Tell Mr. Gickashit that I said to please hold his friggin' racist breath while I look through my 42 files."
McCartney said that three of the ten songs on the album were written by Taylor Swift. One of them is called "You Can Take My Microphone, But You Can't Take My Award, You Black Beeatch."
The word on the streets of Nashville is that Toby Keith has said that he will be attending the next award show and should Kanye West win an award, Toby plans on going up on stage and taking the mic out of his hand and shoving it down his arrogant [N-WORD DELETED BY EDITOR] throat.