Neocons Can't Count Past 600

Funny story written by Cal Jennings

Sunday, 1 July 2007

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Ron Paul causing Nazi Republicans to loose count

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Iowa - Yesterday, Ron Paul had over 1000 supporters show up for his gathering in Iowa. It was reported that "over 600" people attended the gathering. This was because the reporter was a Neocon Nazi Republican and everyone knows that none of them can count past 600 unless it involves their money.

A leading researcher, Dr. I.M. Smart, at Berkeley said, "We have been studying this problem for years and have come to the conclusion that they are so focused on accumulating their wealth so that it can go to waste rotting in their bank accounts that they cannot focus on any number higher than 600 if it involves anything else. Our psychiatrists have said that it's an associative learning deficit related to Panic Disorder caused by Constitutional conservatives and, more recently, the Ron Paul Revolution.

The Neocon Nazi Republicans have felt so threatened by Ron Paul that they excluded him from the Iowa debates, put on by the Iowa "Christian" Alliance, but his supporters numbered well over the number of people who came to see the Neocon debate. This has caused some Neocon Republicans not to be able to count at all.

"This problem seems to have gotten out of hand with the growing number of people who seem concerned with their Constitutional rights and freedom," said Dr. Smart. "Pretty soon, NONE of the Neocon Nazi Republicans will be able to count at all. Who would think that in this day and age people are actually concerned with their freedom? I thought they would be more concerned with their Xbox 360."

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