Deviant Gene Identified in Politicians

Funny story written by C. Cranium

Tuesday, 2 March 2010

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Gazonga Health Sciences University in Derry, New Hampshire - GHSU - has identified a genome more common in politicians than in the general public.

The H1N69 gene has been sampled in over 1000 individuals of varying professions and 60% of those claiming to be politicians had the gene while only 2% of the remaining sampling reported positive for the gene.

The gene is being called deviant because of the propensity of politicians to distort the truth. The real effect of the gene is unknown but the research leads to more questions about how any gene determines a career choice or life destination.

Gazonga, due to limited resources and credibility, has joined forces with Tufts University in Boston to research the H1N69 gene. A statistically significant sampling is being identified where multiple generations can be tapped for the study - notably the Kennedy's, Bushes, and Roosevelt's.

Many of the generational individuals will not be alive and must be exhumed; see New Technology Simplifies Exhuming Process.

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