Written by Cal Jennings

Sunday, 12 August 2007

image for CFR Corrupt Bastards Spike Dennis Kucinich's MySpace Page
Dennis the Menace

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - The Internets - While investigating the 2008 Presidential Candidates' websites for news on the 2008 election, I ran across Dennis Kucinich's page. As soon as I arrived at his MySpace page, a window popped up and said to click for info on Dennis Kucinich.

When I clicked the link, it took me to a page that showed the "dirt" on politicians running for office. When I clicked on Dennis' link, the "dirt" seemed much more like good reasons for me to vote on him.

The "dirt" would probably be pretty dirty to CFR politicians and the Bush administration. How dare he support the right of workers to organize and other such nonsense? How dare he support healthcare for American citizens? These are serious charges, I must admit, especially if you are a self-serving Corrupt Bastard who wouldn't give a penny to help a starving neighbor.

I asked a Kucinich webmaster what she thought of the dirty tricks the Corrupt Bastards were playing, and she answered, "Bad karma for them. May love and light be with you." This seemed somewhat odd, but relatively harmless.

The Kucinich supporter's attitude seemed to differ somewhat from the Ron Paul "Love Revolution" supporters comments of, "If they mess with our websites, we'll blast 'em with machine guns, grenades, bazookas, and tanks."

Both men seem to support the Constitution, but their supporters seem to be SLIGHTLY different from one another. Still, in a free America, both should have the right to show their displeasure with the Corrupt Bastards in the way they best see fit.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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