Written by b kenneth mcgee
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Topics: Charlie Brown

Monday, 9 August 2010

Andrew Breitbart, never at a loss to expose the most respected in the US, published a report today stating that Charlie Brown, in fact, was the Manchurian Candidate.

"He was definitely the Manchurian Candidate," said the report. "His creator Charles Schulz was a known communist agent and visited Russia many times," said Breitbart. "Snoopy represented the oppressed minorities and internal documents prove that the football that Charlie was always trying to kick was really the capitalist societies of the world. This man was a menace, trying to capture our youth and destroy our society from within.I will not rest until our children are protected fro this insidious propaganda."

A reporter asked Breitbart if there were more revelations coming regarding the infiltration of our society from those that would destroy us. "Yes, said Breitbart, "I will have a blockbuster in the next two weeks. All I can say is this: Ken & Barbie ARE NOT what they appear to be! Further more, ever notice the color of Little Orphan Annie's dress? Not a pretty picture, is it? As for myself, I would rather be dead than Red!"

"Is communism still a threat?" asked the journalist. Breiart relied, "They're all the same. Communism, socialism, jud

The journalist followed up: but Mr. Brietbart, isn't communism sort of, not relevant any more?"

"Not al all," the muckraker replied. "They are all the same! Judaism, Catholicism, Bud ism, vegetarianism, paganism. You can't trust any ism! Not on my watch!"

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