Hillary Clinton to Stage Coup at Denver Convention

Funny story written by Gail Farrelly

Tuesday, 19 August 2008


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Can Barack Obama lose the Democratic nomination for President? Yes he can!

Word is that Hillary's camp hasn't given up and plans to stage a coup at Denver's Democratic convention. Having done research in numerous Latin American countries, they've decided against military action. Instead, rumor has it that they'll use an age-old technique - sex and more sex - to get their way. Well, more accurately, it may be LESS sex, rather than MORE.

Members of the Hillary camp reason it won't be any problem to get the female delegates to vote for their candidate. And the wives and girlfriends of male delegates are being asked by the Clinton camp to refuse to have sex with their men until they agree to cast their vote for Hillary. Lysistrata revisited!

Some onlookers predict the plan will backfire. As one has stated, "It's much ado about nothing. I mean, with all the hot female political groupies out there, what politician in his right mind would worry about not having sex with his wife or girlfriend?"

Meanwhile, Obama has come out with a proposal supportive of research and travel into outer space. "Going to Mars," he has reportedly stated, "may be my only way to finally get away from Hillary and all her yakking female cronies."

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