Texas Governor Rick Perry is Ronald Reagan's son by Princess Margaret

Funny story written by queen mudder

Thursday, 21 August 2014

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Shagged Princess Maragret, fathered her brat and made sure Marshall Plan handouts kept her gob shut

Austin, Texas - Royal probate documents sealed under the Brits' Official Secrets Act are being subpoenaed in a Texas lawsuit alleging abuse of power by Governor Perry.

Supporters of Travis County District Attorney and convicted DUI dissembler Rosemary Lehmberg believe Perry owes much to his secret parentage.

As well as decades of $$$s secret goodwill checks that bankrolled an otherwise lacklustre start to Perry's career prospects - something that Governor and the GOP deliberately hid from voters.

Last Friday a Texas Grand Jury indicted Perry on corruption charges in the Lehmberg case after he blocked millions of dollars of funding to her state anti-corruption vehicle the Public Integrity Unit.

This morning papers filed before the courts allege the Governor orchestrated the move to oust jailbird Lehmberg from office and appoint a Perry-friendly Republican replacement.

Of course publication of his secret illustrious lineage would doubtless upset a major chunk of Perry's high-whorse applecart.

Commenting on the development a Buckingham Palace archivist refused to confirm or deny what may be one of the biggest 'Special Relationship' scandals for ages.

Margaret was known to have shagged Ronald Reagan after his legover attempts got the bullseye and benefitted enormously from megabux handouts under the USA's $17billion Marshall Plan.

Expect a full DNA genome statement about Reagan's little bastard any day now.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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