Written by Jean Le Fete

Sunday, 4 September 2011

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PICA has for years fought to have electronic mice outlawed do to cats staring at them for hours, waiting for them to move.

Sarah Palin and Michelle Bachman camps have agreed to terms for an old fashioned Catfight, to settle recent disharmony.

"I know in Alaska we'd just duke it out and get it over with," said Sarah, "Its what having freedom and democracy is all about."

"Gee, I thought freedom and democracy was about having brains and common decency, but perhaps I'm mistaken," said actor Morgan Freeman, known for his roles as decent, often wise character in the movies.

On top of the matter is actually sorting out what kind of fight is intended. PICA People Incensed by Cat Atrocities is protesting the fight having the word "cat" in it and is insisting it should be called mud wrestling, or perhaps a sanctioned boxing match with the winner taking on Mike Tyson. PICA has for years fought to have electronic mice for computers outlawed, because pussies will stare at them for hours, waiting for them to move, which of course they don't unless a human uses the computer.

Michelle Bachman's camp has yet to agree to the terms of the fight, which Palin insists must be next month on the day she announces her run for President. "We don't feel Sarah smothering Michelle's head on on national television, beneath her groin would be dignified." said spokesman Paul Lynd, "I'd like to see it for personal reasons, but....not dignified at all."

The National Tea Party has already stated its approval and hopefully it will happen somewhere in Iowa next week.

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

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