Hillary using Zod, Ursa, Non to influence superdelegates

Funny story written by rjway

Friday, 22 February 2008

Reports have surfaced that Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton is in communication with General Zod, Ursa, and Non to "help make the superdelagates see things more clearly." Clinton denies the reports stating that she has never met any of the threesome but added she respects their non-profit work.

Non called a press conference to dispel the rumors and somehow left the media feeling even more confused. But did manage to get across that he is a new spokesman for Rosetta Stone.

A neighbor of a suburban Chicago superdelegate witnessed Zod delivering a box of oatmeal cookies to the delegate's house. "I couldn't hear the conversation, but he left still holding the box, then threw the delegate's BMW into Lake Michigan which is over 50 miles away," said a very frightened and anonymous neighbor. The validity of the car throwing is being questioned by many considering the trio's recent involvement in the "Seatbelts-Save-Lives" Campaign in the Greater Chicago Area.

"She arrives everyday at work with no car and there is no way she would ever take public transportation or carpool. I know Ursa flies her to work," said the colleague.

If neither Barrack Obama or Clinton capture the 2,025 delegates needed to win the nomination then the decision of who will represent the Democratic Party will fall to the superdelegates.

Obama also denied hiring the services of the Wonder Twins for similar purposes. "Please, I have never met either nor seen their hit cartoon show," said a visibly upset Obama.

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

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