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Sunday, 7 March 2010

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Former Vice President Dick Cheney has accidentally shot his own Guardian Angel who was guarding him from stray bullets, etc while he was on a recent three day hunting trip for pheasant, according to hunting partners Larry Craig and Sarah Palin.

They would not tell anyone where the hunt took place and quickly stated that the Angel was OK but a little perturbed to say the least.

Former Alaskan Governor Palin stated that a flock of birds had came up behind them instead of in front where the dogs were pointing. "They were apparently pointing at the Angel which had been looking behind the hunters at the pheasants flying up.

"It's the Angel's own beep beep fault", stated Cheney. Then immediately apologized to the Angel and thanked him again for usually watching out for him when a political enemy had sneaked up on him from the blind side.

"It's getting harder to go hunting when people get their faces right up near the pointy end of a gun while you're aiming. If people and Angels would be a little more careful, these things would never happen."

"I realize that I'm quick on the trigger, but everybody knows that because of Mrs. Cheney always pointing it out at all those White House parties."

When asked about his version of the incident, Larry Craig stated that it WAS an accident he supposed. "But Cheney was already upset over the Angel not pointing out a big pile of doggy poop before Cheney slipped on it and shot twice into the air as he fell."

"In fact, I think I heard a little chuckling."

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