Written by Spicewood

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

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It's MINE - It's MINE

At an early morning breakfast meeting of the Pelosi Staff in Washington, when Aides confronted Pelosi with the results of recent polls, showing the possibility of a change in the political makeup of the House, which would mean her ouster as Speaker, Pelosi cried, "I'm not giving them their damn plane back, it's MINE, it's MINE," she screamed.

The sudden outburst caught all the staff off guard. They said they were used to daily outbursts about trivial problems in the office, but that this was her first outburst over her Air Force One and One-Half, as she chose to call the multi-million dollar specially outfitted aircraft.

She always justified her large, unusual expenditure on the plane by saying, "Do you know how much time I waste refueling, and I needed more space, I had a "Corn Hole" game that I liked to play to kill the time flying back and forth, back and forth, back and forth. It had three holes, Harry, Barry, and I. My hole was the last one and the one with the most points. Actually, Barry had the biggest hole, but his was the first hole and had the least points, well, actually, my hole was the biggest."

Nancy also stated that the game was often used to make important government decisions. She stated. "One bag was so close to the hole, if it had gone in, Privatization of Social Security, it was that close. Barry won on his Healthcare Bill, that's how that whole thing came about."

Nancy also stated that just in case she loses the Speaker's Job she has purchased John Travolta's home in California so she will have some place to park the plane.

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

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Topics: Nancy Pelosi




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