Saturday, December 20, 2008
Will VP Chainey Weather Prosecution Under New Administration?
By DP Fleming--D Pressing News Staff Writer
Senator Carl Levin's hair warned current U.S. Vice President Dick's Chainey the senate may water-board him under a new administration, following statements by Mr. Chainey which Levin's comb-over claims amount to the condoning the weather.
Chainey made statements earlier this week outlawing the use of umbrellas and galoshes as prophylactics against severe weather, a technique widely used by U.S. residents residing in climates prone to "bad weather".
Levin's hair recently stated that alleged weather abuses carried out under the outgoing administration in Washington D.C. were cause for concern and "cannot simply be attributed to the actions of streams and patterns acting on their own," said the few remaining strands of hair lying across the Michigan senator's head.