McCain Supports Feudal System

Funny story written by Pointer

Sunday, 23 March 2008

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"George" Lieberman and "Lenny" McCain seen leaving press conference on Tibet

John "Son of Cain" McCain, sure shot Repub candie for President in 2008 has supported the Five Year Fiasco in Iraq that was for the wrong reason and has swallowed up the lives of 4,000 US soldiers and 100,000's Iraqi's. He is ready to keep US troops dying in Iraq for years to come as he tries to win the victory he failed to do in Viet Nam because he got captured on his first day at war.

He has just traveled the Middle East and gave full support to an Israeli government that has denied Palestinian people a homeland since the end of wwii. But Braveheart McCain has come out against the Chinese government for their police action in Tibet. Tibet you may recall is a country in the Himalayas that wants to be left alone in order to practice a medieval form of theocracy that resembles the feudal system in Europe.

When challenged about the anti-democratic theocracy that the Dalai Lama would reimpose upon Tibet, McCain appeared confused. Old friend, Senate colleague and fellow hypocrite, Joe Lieberman once again came to the rescue. Whispering in the ear of the ancient Arid Zonan, Johnny McC appeared to become lucid again. The Republican great white haired hope finally answered the question: "Tibetan Buddhism has every right to deny human rights as Christian Conservatism in America!" McCain turned back to Lieberman with a big toothy grin that seemed to beg: Did I do good, Joe? And Joe was heard to murmur: Yeah, Lenny, you can take care of the rabbits. . .

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

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