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Friday, November 12

Friday Gossip

I know it has been a few weeks since we last did a Friday Gossip, but so many people asked for it, and we at Political Bits are here to serve. So with out any further delay, a list of the most outrageous and unfounded claims going around Washington that either no one will admit, or are completely false.
  • According to intelligence insiders, the Russians have brought levels of spying on U.S. interests to Cold War levels. While the US has been focusing resources towards the Middle East, the Commies have resorted to their old KGB ways. Luckily, sources say they are only spying on our economic interests, apparently they are sick of paying for a loaf of bread with a wheelbarrow of cash.
  • New attorney General nominee Albert Gonzalez's favorite food is tacos, though don't expect that to be the reason his nomination is held up in congress.
  • Democrats (aka Hillary) aren't the only ones who are gearing up for who should run in the 2008 Presidential Election. The Republicans are starting to talk, and though the party dream ticket of former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and Sen. John McCain has been mentioned, several other names are in play. People like, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, and Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist.
  • Apparently Jenna Bush's boyfriend, seen around the world with the Bush's in the famous election night footage, slept over election night, but the parents wouldn't let him stay with Jenna. He was forced to sleep on a cot down in the White house galley. Really, the guys got enough trouble as it is dating the presidents daughter, but forcing him to sleep in the kitchen?
  • Britney Spears is pregnant and she is not returning calls to her rep, Leslie Zelnick. Wow, that Kevin Federline guy has gotten right to work ruining Britney's career, it is going to be hard to be an international pop star when Britney is stuck barefoot in the kitchen cooking for screaming babies.
  • The Democratic rising star Barak Obama apparently has a big fan in the White House. President Bush has said that he is just itching to get Obama involved in his agenda to make a showing of bipartisan support. "There is a lot we can get done this year". Only one problem, Obama was just elected, his term doesn't start till next year. Bush sure isn't ACTING like a lame duck!


Blogger Stewart said...

I've never really considered voting Republican before, but a ticket with John McCain on it would, at the very least, make me think about the situation more than someone as polarizing as George W. Bush.

Also, who doesn't like tacos? Seriously.

7:44 PM


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