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HUMOR Digest - 27 Apr 1997 to 28 Apr 1997Washington D.C. & Politics

* I think people are totally wrong to say that no one in Washington
  DC has a sense of humor.  I mean look at all the politicians they
  address as "The Honorable".
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*   I like to carry my sense of humor with me, wherever I go.  I was
  at this fund raiser in Columbia MD (aka "Yuppie City") last month
  and asked the group standing around the bar if they had heard the
  latest joke about the Clinton White House.
    This one Yuppie said, "Before you begin, I think you should know
  that I work at the White House."
    I said, "Oh, thanks.  In that case, I'll speak  r-e-a-l  s-l-o-w.
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* During the blizzard of 1995 in Washington DC, there was a real crisis.
  Thousands and thousands of crats couldn't find their bureaus.
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* I just love Presidential campaigns.  I mean when else do you hear of
  men in their fifties being referred to as "young".
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* And the way Clinton keeps trying to come off as a "good ole country
  boy" at heart.  I'm firmly convinced now that the country was "Oz"
  and not the US at all.
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* What isn't at all fair though is when Clinton is compared with a Used
  Car Salesman.  I mean after all, Used Car Salesmen have feelings too,
  just like you and I.
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* There's a very good reason why the ballet is so popular in Washington

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