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16 Sep
Politics in rec.humor.funny

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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 96 12:41:08 -0700
To: Fun_People
Subject: Politics in rec.humor.funny

Forwarded-by: George Osner <>
Forwarded-by: (Funny Guy)

From: (Stephen Platt)
And then there's the Bob Dole wind-up doll.  Wind it up and it...
....runs down.

From: (Paul Tomblin x31515)
This just occurred to me - I'm probably not the only one
Dole last night said "I'll be your bridge".  For some reason the bridge
that comes to mind is the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.

From: (Stephen R. Balzac)
Some Republican consultant (I didn't catch exactly who) made a comment
on the news this morning that the synergy between Dole and Kemp "isn't
additive, like 1 plus 1.  It's more like multiplication."
What, one times one?

From: kgoldste@UMDNJ.EDU (Kenneth Goldstein)
Heard during the Democratic National Covention (attributed to Rep. Charlie
Rangel of NY).
"When I die, I want to be buried in Chicago so I can still be active in

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