Jesus Appears in new Video Spouting Anti-Bush Rhetoric

Funny story written by Zoe Roaster

Monday, 16 July 2007

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Jesus and One of His Diabolical Followers

Jesus Christ, AKA "King of Kings", appeared once again in a new video obtained surreptitiously by CBN, in which he chose yet again to denounce the failed policies of the Bush administration.

However, unlike recent videos which show Osama Bin Laden ridiculing non-Muslims, CBN's Pat Slobertson called for a network blackout of the video, saying "it might cause undue harm to the Bush administration and the Reptilian Party".

Other Christian leaders rallied around Slobertson in his decision not to air the video. An anonymous source was quoted as saying "We feel this Jesus fellow who appears in the videos might be a fake, and airing his controversial diatribes might cause undue harm on our pocketbooks, err, congregations."

Sources at the State Department, also speaking anonymously, were quoted as saying "We fully back Slobertson's decision not to release the tape to the general public. This Jesus' teachings of peace and love for your fellow man are diametrically opposed to policies we believe are beneficial to the American people".

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