January 18, 2010

US Gov't Reintroduces Segregation

WASHINGTON, DC -- As Congress has debated health care legislation, many assumed that the Republican party was being excluded from the debate solely as a political power grab.  It was announced today, however, that a new government policy of segregation is driving the exclusion of one side from the debate, not a desire to force further government control over people's lives and finances.

Representatives of House and Senate leaders made the joint announcement this morning, "in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King's memory."  Dr. King's legacy has been claimed by Jesse Jackson and the Rev. Al Sharpton, both of whom support "this form of segregation."

A spokesperson for the Republican Party said they decried this new policy and have "a dream" that one day both parties may work together on legislation.


  1. U sound just like my wife. Mrs. Circenses, is that you?

  2. I think U R gr8!

    Keep up the good work.

    I'm sorry about your wife.

  3. Aw, shucks. Thanks for the encouragement!