"Scoop" Afghanistan elections, main rival pulls out and allows Kabul GOAT to take his place!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Sunday, 1 November 2009

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Kabulian pigs tend to be slightly corrupt so the CIA chose a SUPER-GOAT instead!

As the world awaits with baited breath the second round of "non-corrupt" elections in Afghanistan a disaster has happened, main presidential rival Dr.Abdullah has pulled out, SHOCK, HORROR!

This has left a void and no main candidate to compete against President Karzai.

"Well there was never a candidate anyway," the CIA explained.

Anyway to give the election a slight tinge of honesty and non-corruptness, the US went searching for a rival.

Being blessed with diplomacy and intelligence they asked a Taliban Terrorist leader, well one can imagine the response there.

Then they asked an ex-Mujahedin leader who had Russian soldiers testacles hanging on his mud hut walls as trophies, he refused and afterwards the CIA thought it was also disrespectable to the ball-less Russian soldiers.

After searching high and low they have now come up with a perfect candidate, a Kabulan GOAT!!

Goats are renowned for being stubborn, horny, stinking, devouring everything, non-corrupt, having relationships with the DEVIL and the CIA are very happy.

Male Goat leader and "Stud Supergoat" DR. Demonic Devilretinas will now face Karzai and the world can look forward to a fair and non-corrupt election.

To honour this epic candidate, President Obama has ordered 5 kilos of finest Kabulian goats cheese for the family for Halloween.

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

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