(NEW DELHI, India)--Bharatiya Janata leader Jaswant Singh protested vocally against Rajya Sabha party member K. Natwar Singh today in New Delhi. Radio newsman, spellcheckers, and politicians in fear of a flubbing were shown to be very concerned.
White House press pool reporter for TheSpoof, Erik Konner, noted that the situation has been for the whole ignored by the Bush administration for fear that the President would, "Butcher the names so bad the nuclear bombs wouldn't stop going off till Christmas"
The unpronounceable situation occurred in India, and was over some things that are also unspeakable.
Frank I. Mawigwam, researcher at the University of Wisconsin at Fennimore in Indian studies, thought the situation was 'interesting'
"I had never actually heard of the Bharatiya tribe. Are they part of the Wabash? I'm more of an Comanche aficionado."
The rest of the world remains mortally confused by the situation. The ambassadors of nearly three countries exchanged phone calls to talk about 'it'.
"'it' is the little code-word embassies use to talk about an event that nobody can pronounce, like Rangárvellir in Iceland or anyplace in Wales" said Konners.