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Funny story: Brother can you spare a billion? Fed lends to companies in emergency move

Brother can you spare a billion? Fed lends to companies in emergency move

The mad orgy at the nation's federal currency printing press continues this week, as Congress realizes that the more money they give even to companies, the more that comes right back in taxes. When a condescending meek voice shouted from the back...

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Funny story: Congressional Leaders, Sell Out the American Public

Congressional Leaders, Sell Out the American Public

Leaders on Capitol Hill today were selling out the American people. They were offering a cool $700 billion dollars, to their contributors and cronies from New York's financial center. Nancy Pelosi, at a press conference of House and Senate leader...

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Funny story: Congress Plans $700 Billion Bake Sale

Congress Plans $700 Billion Bake Sale

Washington DC-- Congress was faced with the biggest challenge in generations over the weekend and decided to look away at the last minute. No one wanted to write a check for $700 billion! After a weekend of threats and tears, House Speaker Nancy Pel...

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Funny story: Economist Adam Smith Visits U. S. Congress

Economist Adam Smith Visits U. S. Congress

Adam Smith, dead since 1790, came back to earth recently to comment on the current crisis in financial markets. In light of the present problems in the American economy, many now question Smith's famous economic doctrine of the "invisible hand"...

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Funny story: Congressional hearings on Wall Street bailout plan attempt to put a minority scapegoat face on sub-prime mortgage meltdown

Congressional hearings on Wall Street bailout plan attempt to put a minority scapegoat face on sub-prime mortgage meltdown

Washington, D.C. - Eager to pass off the sub-prime mortgage meltdown was the White Man's Burden instead of unchecked Wall Street greed, Congressional hearings on the one trillion dollar bailout for investment bankers will feature testimony form minor...

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Funny story: Pelosi: "Congress Promises to Continue to do Nothing during Recess"

Pelosi: "Congress Promises to Continue to do Nothing during Recess"

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi today promised a sparse, beachfront gathering beneath the balcony of her Malibu time-share that Congress would "continue to do nothing" during its summer recess. The statement was greeted with meager applause from...

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Funny story: Congress and The Law of Gravity

Congress and The Law of Gravity

Westminster Abbey, London/Washington DC: The story "Congress To repeal Law Of Gravity" written by Neil Levine on 16 July 2005, postulates that the US Congress is saying that what goes up does not have to come down, e.g. government involvement in everything! Following this story was another entitled &quo...

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Funny story: Congress Outlaws Stupidity

Congress Outlaws Stupidity

Washington DC, January 15, 2009: At their first regular session, following the general election of 2008, the 112th Congress tries to fix stupid, by drafting the 28th amendment to the US Constitution. The Stupidity Prohibition Act is designed to rid t...

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Funny story: Congressional Dems to Grill Rove During Golf Outing

Congressional Dems to Grill Rove During Golf Outing

Washington, D.C. - Backing off their insistence that former Bush advisor Karl Rove appear before congress and testify under oath, a spokesperson for Representative John Conyers said today that congressional Democrats have decided to change their tact...

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Funny story: President Personally Responsible for Budget Deficits

President Personally Responsible for Budget Deficits

Washington DC, April 15 2009: The Democratic controlled 111th Congress passed a Constitutional amendment today making the president personally responsible for any budget deficits.

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Funny story: Official Secret Session Transcript Stolen From Congress

Official Secret Session Transcript Stolen From Congress

Typical Republican: I want a bagillion dollars for war. Typical Democrat: I want a pagillion dollars for this social program that is going to take care of everyone.

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Funny story: Genetic Bias Banned by Congress

Genetic Bias Banned by Congress

The US House of Representatives passed a bill 414 to 1 that prohibits discrimination on the basis of a person's genetic information. The Senate previously passed it unanimously. Bookmakers note that Bush is odds on to sign the bill. This is a...

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Funny story: Warren Jeffs: "Congress is Hell"

Warren Jeffs: "Congress is Hell"

Utah State Penitentiary - (Fundamentalist Mess): "You heathen folk just don't realise that for a fundamentally polygamist prophet like myself, congress is hell when each wife comes with a mother-in-law."...

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Funny story: Pro Wrestler Tracey Brooks Runs for Congress in Albany

Pro Wrestler Tracey Brooks Runs for Congress in Albany

Tracey Brooks, a professional wrestler in the TNA (Total Nonstop Action) league, is doing well in her first run for US Congress. Brooks wrestles under the first name Traci, but for her first political effort she is going with the more formal...

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Funny story: Not Enough Votes for Anti-Turd Bill

Not Enough Votes for Anti-Turd Bill

Capitol Hill- In an attempt to rid himself, once and for all, of the turd stories that circulate through TheSpoof.com, Dr. Maxwell lobbied today to have Congress step in. Many of the Congressmen and women agreed with Dr. Maxwell that turd stories wer...

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Funny story: Dr. Death Running for Congress

Dr. Death Running for Congress

Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the right-to-die advocate released just last year from prison, is planning on running for Congress as state representative from Michigan. Kevorkian, who served the minimum sentence for his conviction on second-degree murder told l...

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Funny story: Valentines Day Name Change Bill in Congress

Valentines Day Name Change Bill in Congress

Washington DC (IPP) - Congress will vote today on Bill HR569 which will determine as to whether or not to change the name of Valentine's Day to J. Edgar Hoover Day. It appears that conservative members of Congress will succeed in getting this le...

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