WASHINGTON - The Capitol Building was evacuated Friday due to a "suspicious odor." Capitol police made the decision to "scram" the building at 10:15 AM after many so-called important people within the Capitol complained of a "stink" and a "stench" around and in the building.
The Metro/DC Police riot squad and FEMA showed up to make matters worse, and all converged at a small area at the bottom steps of the Capitol.
Three hours later, Sgt. Scheis "Sparky" Dimmler, of the Metro/DC Police, came out for a briefing, with many top nobodies standing with him: "It appears, at this time, that the suspicious odor at the Capitol Building today was dog manure. We are still looking very carefully at the situation, and samples have been sent to the FBI Forensics Lab for analysis.
"The dog manure was obviously stepped-in, and that may be how the smell got into the Capitol. We can report that we have a male suspect and a Great Dane in custody and we're taking them in for questioning."
In a speech made a short time ago, President Bush urged all Americans to have resolve, go about their business, and fly the American flag for sixty days.