Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Democrats Hint Kittens at Risk in Lame Duck Session

Washington, D.C.--To help increase their chances of maintaining their majority, Democrats in Congress are hinting they may adopt a radical new kitten policy during the lame duck session unless things go their way in the November elections.

"We're just not ruling anything out," said one Democratic aide. "In these tough economic times, we all have to sacrifice something."

Political analysts said that while Democrats have proven themselves capable of passing laws over overwhelming popular opposition, they doubted the Democrats' latest threat would ever be implemented, in part because activists groups like the now-dissolved ACORN have already registered thousands of kittens to vote.

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