White House Press Corpse Evacuated

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Monday, 18 June 2007

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The un-dead White House shock-jock Tony Snow

Washington DC - (Ass Mess): White House shock-jock Tony Snow was evacuated today after the CIA reported that sniffer dogs had detected a strange aroma about him, worse than the usual whiff of formaldehyde and strychnine that habitually serves as his personal aftershave.

The press corpse department was swept for any suspicious or noxious substances and pronounced all clear despite secret service personnel disquiet that "the dogs know something that we clearly don't".

The incident occured as Israeli Prime Monster Ehud Olmert was in a crisis meeting after Satanic Curses author Salman Rishdie proveoked an international terrorism incident by getting knighted in the Puppet Monarch's Birthday Honors list.

Both Iranian and Pakistani sources have condemned the Rushdie move after many international security/intelliegnce agencies outed the author as a Mossad/KGB double agent who was thrown out of both services for blackmail.

Olmert is believed to be negotiating with Buish for Rushdie to be extraordinarily renditioned straight to Guantanamo before the incident is further inflamed and North Korea joins the debacle following news that it was Rushdie who supplied the communist kilitary regime with nuclear warhead blueprints in exchange for $10 million in 2002.

Snow meanwhile bri=ushed off this morning's incident as a routine matter despite being heard effing and blinding that the next CIA sniffer dog to nuzzle his crotch 'will get its ass kicked all the way back to Virginia'.

Karl Rove is 69.

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