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Sunday, 28 March 2010

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Drill baby drill!

In an action pundits claim was a reenactment of the Bush era glory days former governor and vice presidential hopeful Sarah Palin shot Dick Cheney with a 22caliber nailgun.

Mr. Cheney had been dressed in a moose costume and fitted with a John McCain mask and then released like a 911 terror suspect.

The forest quickly filled with boring and forgotten satire material celebrities led by Bush Jr, Bill Clinton and Janet Reno who screamed like a banshee claiming ownership of the kill.

The charity was sponsored by the Home Depot who supplied various power tools to hunt Cheney and the ensuing battle between the two wild women ended with Palin's knee in the Bill Gates look-alike's chest while screaming 'drill baby drill'.

Fortunately for Reno Palin had neglected to properly charge the device reminiscent of her vice presidential campaign.

Cheney's fate is unknown since no one ever cared.

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