Written by Ray Pallagation

Sunday, 26 October 2008

image for Presidential mixup humiliates Republican party.
the impostor - top stand up comedian John McCain, now doing a tour of all the Wetherspoons in Brighton, UK.

A lengthy document has been released from the Republican party's PR office today correcting the constant typing error when writing their presidential candidate's name.

The real Republican candidate, John McLain, has been outraged by the constant misspelling of his name and the deceiving memos that he is given hours before he has a speech due telling him that the speech has been relocated to a disused power plant 20 miles away from the original venue.

The man who has been constantly hounded by the media as the republican candidate, John McCain, released a statement beginning with the words "this is not the ReSHRUGlican party, our views are definitive!", he goes on to say "I always wanted to be a standup comedian, so when my buddy McLain didn't show up I tried my chances!". The statement was found covered in haribo outside the back door of the white house.

John McLain has apologized for any confusion caused by this titanic mixup, and says he will also be standing down as republican presidential nominee because he is a fictional character and therefore can't touch anything, especially the hearts and minds of the citizens of the USA.

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

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