Written by mikewadestr

Sunday, 19 September 2010

Propositions to ban being an idiot have been gaining ground in all 50 US states. This grass roots movement started with one man named Jerry NoDunces from Kansas, who grew tired of the increasing number of idiots that have grown in the US, especially in local and federal governments as well as the US press. He began collecting signatures to put the proposition on the Kansas' ballot on the first of September of this year and currently has collected enough signatures for the proposition to be placed on the Kansas ballot.

Jerry NoDunces' movement soon gained ground with other state's grass roots attempt to ban being an idiot in their state, and at this time all 50 states have collected enough signatures to have the proposition placed on their state's ballot.

When we asked Jerry NoDunces to explain his movement he told us:

"Back in August of this year I just kind of just looked around and realized that the country was being run by idiots and something had to be done about it. So shortly after, I just went out with a petition to get signatures to create a ballot proposition to make it illegal to be an idiot and before you know it, I had enough signatures to have the proposition placed on the ballot. The next thing, you know, I was getting calls from people in other states wanting to know about creating a similar proposition to put on their state's ballot and so there you have it".

When asked why no one had heard of this movement until now, NoDunces replied:

"The press has not covered the movement because they are full of idiots and don't want to give any credence to it. It was the non-idiots in the press that managed to get the rest of the idiots in the press to comply. Hell, the non-idiots know that a law like this would put them out of business".

When asked how he got the signatures so fast, he said:

"It was easy, anyone who was not an idiot, signed it and anyone who was an idiot signed it and only some of the complete idiots signed it. I might have gotten the complete idiots to sign it but trying to explain it to them became a complete waste of time".

When asked why an idiot would sign the petition, NoDunces responded:

"Because, they are idiots."

The news of the propositions has recently gotten the attention of members of Congress who fear that the passing of such propositions would not only end their political careers but would make it illegal for 80 percent of them to be in any state, thus, killing both the Democratic and Republican parties. The press, in the meantime, just continues to act like a bunch of idiots.

There are a number of members of Congress who believe the wording of the law will not affect them, because the law only bans being an idiot, but not a complete idiot.

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

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