Q: Why was there so much confusion in the US Secret Service after George W. Bush became president? A: President Clinton’s code name was “Mr. Bush.”
The definition of diplomacy is the ability to tell a person to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to the trip.
Q: What do you get when you order a ‘Hillary Clinton’ at KFC? A: Two breasts and a left wing.
Q: What do you call 20 corrupt politicians who died in a plane crash? A: A good start.
Q: Why are politicians like diapers? A: You have to change them often as they get filled with shit.
Three guys, Osama bin Laden, George W. Bush and a Canadian guy are out walking together one day. They came across a lantern and a genie pops out of it.
The genie said “I will give each of you one wish. That’s three wishes in total”.
The Canadian said, “I’m a farmer, my dad was a farmer, and my son will also farm. I want the land to be forever fertile in Canada.”
With a blink of the genie’s eye, *POOF* the land in Canada was forever made fertile for farming.
Bin Laden was amazed, so he said, “I want a wall around Afghanistan, so that no infidels, Jews, or Americans can come into our precious state.”
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While visiting England, George Bush is invited to tea with the Queen. He asks her what her leadership philosophy is. She says that it is to surround herself with intelligent people.
Bush asks how she knows if they’re intelligent.
“I do so by asking them the right questions,” says the Queen. “Allow me to demonstrate.”
Bush watches as the Queen phones Tony Blair and says, “Mr. Prime Minister, please answer this question: your mother has a child, and your father has a child, and this child is not your brother or sister. Who is it?”
Tony Blair responds, “It’s me, ma’am.”
“Correct. Thank you and good-bye, sir,” says the Queen. She hangs up and says, “Did you get that,
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Celibacy; a modern problem
Paul was intelligent and he did well at school. During his early teens he took an interest in sports, his athleticism was good and when it came time to choose, he chose basketball instead of football.
He was developing into a nice looking young man and like most boys his age, he developed a natural curiosity about girls and sex. Although not religious, his parents were typical Presbyterian, they worked hard and rationed their pleasure.
His elder sister was his best friend until she began dating. Although he didn’t like to admit it, he was jealous and the thought of her being touched by those boys she went out with revolted him. His younger sister was
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A win for democracy
Played on BBC via Sky TV on October 6th, a win for democracy was the sixth episode of the satirical BBC comedy series first broadcast 13 February 1986 which characteristically took the piss out of the British democratic government. But it was also an interesting look back at international politics and international arms agreements at the time Afghanistan was under Russian occupation.
Where is New Zealand’s political satire?
Beehave / Safetotell on youtube make a good attempt although we must remember that “Satire, ridicule and denigration of MPs using any television footage shot from parliamentary galleries is to be banned under rules proposed by the standing orders committee.” NZH. Then we had Colin
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New Zealand’s Prime Minister – servant or felon?
John flanked by para military police
John Key became New Zealand’s 38th prime minister in the election of 2008. So, who is this man in charge of New Zealand?
John Phillip Key was born in Auckland on August 9th, 1961 and moved to Christchurch as a child where he attended the University of Canterbury and graduated in 1981 with a bachelor of commerce.
He began a career in the foreign exchange market in New Zealand where he became known as the “smiling assassin” due to his calm and earnest presence amongst the young cowboys playing for fortunes and Porsches in the heady pre-sharemarket crash world: “they’re like
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