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Congress Votes to End Social Security and Use Money Left to Build Monuments to Various Republican Presidents

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Hydekelso

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Washington, DC-Republican leaders of Congress said that since the middle class is pretty much gone anyways, we might as well end that socialistic social security. The excess money will be spent on various Presidential monuments, surprisingly, all of them Republican! Some of these projects include:

The Rutherford B. Hayes Rainbow Bridge connects the Lincoln Memorial to the brand new...

Warren G. Harding Love Nest which is a memorial to that endearing Warren Harding who died in San Francisco under mysterious circumstances. He was elected because the "ladies loved him."

The Benjamin Harrison Park and Ride is a huge temple to grandiosity, a parking lot with columns and pillars over a quarter mile high.

Many other projects are in the works!

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While I was reading that, I was waiting for the punchline....I'm still waiting because they've GOT to be joking!

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What!? There's still enough money left in the kitty to build monuments? I thought Congress had used all the social security funds to pay for campaign funds, hookers, parties and defense lawyers!?

And let's not come down too hard on socialism. There's some pretty cute hookers in Russia, ya know!

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4 hydekelso on Mon Dec 01, 2014 8:12 pm

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A Monica Lewinsky statue would look great at the Smithsonian.

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AlainM3C

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The Smithsonian gift shop could also sell posters and small statues of the younger versions Jennifer Flowers, Fanny Fox and Xaviera Hollander (I just included her to cover diplomats in NYC), too!

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6 hydekelso on Wed Dec 03, 2014 10:40 pm

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AlainM3C wrote:The Smithsonian gift shop could also sell posters and small statues of the younger versions Jennifer Flowers, Fanny Fox and Xaviera Hollander (I just included her to cover diplomats in NYC), too!    
Linda Tripp might feel left out.

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7 hydekelso on Thu Dec 04, 2014 6:09 am

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Looks like Bill Cosby is in a bit of jam.

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Noooooooooooo....not the perfect black family man! afro

Man-O-Man, I sure miss my Zman!

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Oops, forgot about Tripp and the 'Mayflower Madam', too! Yeah, Ol' Bill seems to have had a bit of a case of "Tiger Woods" disease. Of course, it's possible that some of his accusers were willing. Can't really tell from the news blather.

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I'd like to know what a 15 year old girl was doing at the Playboy mansion...That's no place for a 15 year old.

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That's a good question. I hadn't heard about it. Even Hefner doesn't approve of that sort of thing. Of course, he's getting up in age and may not be spending all of his time on the planet Earth anymore. At least Bill Cosby doesn't have to worry about getting blamed for it.

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That's where the one girl was when she claimed Bill Cosby raped her.

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13 hydekelso on Sun Dec 07, 2014 3:18 pm

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AlainM3C wrote:Oops, forgot about Tripp and the 'Mayflower Madam', too!  Yeah, Ol' Bill seems to have had a bit of a case of "Tiger Woods" disease.  Of course, it's possible that some of his accusers were willing.  Can't really tell from the news blather.

You've heard of "Tiagara" when 18 holes isn't enough.

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AlainM3C

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LOL! Good one! I'm passing that along in today's emails!

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