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By Cornelio Nouel on October 1, 2008

Republican VP candidate Sarah Palin returned last night from a visit to Eastern Europe designed to enhance her foreign policy credentials. Ms. Palin met last Monday with Premier Igor Rubberducky of the Republic of Dumbshitiskan. On the one day visit to the capital city of Garbitch,the American VP wannabe was able to observe the Dumbshitiskanian house of delegates vote on the crucial issue of cow manure disposal, a very controversial issue in the former Soviet Republic, as farmers have demanded that cow manure be dropped in front of the Premier's home. Ms. Palin, flashing her now famous smile, said that she felt right at home, "I just love all this bullshit, don't ya?"

After the meeting in the city of Garbitch, Ms Palin took a mule ride over the rugged mountains of Eastern Dumbshitiskan, into Poland, and visited the Village of Krakked, where she received a warm and cordial welcome from the Mayor, Ignatz Kornflakesky.

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By Cornelio Nouel on September 13, 2008

I spent my teen years living in a world that encompassed the best of two nations - Hamburgers and French Fries and Tacos and Tecate Beer - the Texas-Mexico border. This was a world of wonderful and odd contrasts, a unique blended society of Hispanos and "Anglos", folks that spoke both English and Spanish as well as "Spanglish" or "Tex-Mex" - a word salad of English, Spanish and words that had started out as English and somehow were now "Spanish" - "Troca" for truck, for example.

On the Mexican side, the city of Matamoros, we found a vibrant, colorful Latin society with social mores and customs that clearly reflected Spanish Colonial traditions transformed in many ways by the influence of the New World Mexican culture. Living on the border gave me a great view of two totally unique peoples, separated only by the once mighty Rio Grande, then as now, barely a shadow of it's own self and known to many of us as "El Charco", the puddle.

Last century, when I was a teenager (okay I really feel old now), life in Brownsville, Texas was as placid and languid as the tropical summer season. "Gringos" crossed over into Mexico for shopping, drinking and dancing, some of us crossed over to go ogle at the ladies in what we called "Boystown", the red light district just outside the city of Matamoros. But for the most part we would just go to have a few cervezas, eat tacos de barbacoa, and listen to Mariachi music (and ogle at the senoritas).

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By Cornelio Nouel on September 11, 2008

Bubba Wayne Smith, Ricky Wayne Dumas and Bobby Wayne Zappa, members of the "Coalition Against Those People" have come up with what they call a "brilliant" solution to get rid off "all them Mezcans and other uninviteds" and return this country to the way it was back when Americans were Americans, men were men and women folk knew their place, aka "the good ol' days."

In a hastily arranged press conference, held in the parking lot of the Kalamazoo Michigan Motel 6, coalition spokesman Juan Wayne Ramirez stated that a plan to solve the immigration problem had been developed through minutes, maybe even hours, of difficult planning. He described the plan as a solution not only to illegal immigration but to the ever increasing controversy of job outsourcing. "It's very simple," stated Mr. Ramirez, "We figured that if instead of outsourcing jobs we outsource Mexicans to India, we kill two birds with one stone."

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