Cheney Gets A Chubby Over Thompson's Movement

Written by Lone Star

Friday, 1 June 2007

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Washington DC (FP) - It has been rumored that Fred Thompson will announce his bid for the White House in the coming weeks to combat Ron Paul's growing popularity. Fred Thompson's has been said to be joining the race because all the other Neocon GOP stool pigeons have been doing such a terrible job combating Ron Paul's message and deceiving the American people that they are not big government, big spending, war mongers.

Fred Thompson, who is trying to align himself with Ron Paul's message of small government at home and humble foreign policy abroad, is hiding his true record as a member of the Council on Foreign Relation, a think tank that pushes globalization and a one world government agenda.

George Monksfoot, a political analyst, said, "I am wondering if the main stream media will pick-up on the fact that Thompson's reported position for a small government at home and a humble foreign policy abroad, while being a member of the CFR, is complete hypocrisy, and question him on it."

Fred Thompson, when asked if elected how he would deal with calls for the Vice President's impeachment for his apparent roll in the so called 'Plamegate', which has been suppressed by the media, said that he would give Cheney diplomatic immunity. "Cheney is not just an American citizen, but a citizen of the world." Thompson responded.

Thompson then grabbed the reporter, who was blocking his path, lifted him off the ground by his face and put him down off to the side and continued walking on.

Lone Star

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