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Correctives Lash Teletubbies

Why did the Christian Haemorrhoids Party remain so silent when the Right Reverend Jerry Fallout outed the gay Teletubbie Twinky Winky ?! And why hasn't the CHP objected to the presence of Teletubbies in Parliament? Or the fact that the male Teletubbie Dipsy wears a frock on occassions?! Hermaprhoditic horrors!!!

We call on the Minister of Broadcasting to make clear why she thinks that born- again bottom spanking believers should tolerate a so-called childrens' show where such sinister goings on with gender inappropriate frocks and handbags are tolerated!!! Is it because she is the hitherto unknown sixth Teletubbie, Boo Boo?! And why has the Leader of the Opposition remained silent on this issue- or is it because her own recently outed Teletubbie MP, Biffy Wiffy aka Gerry Brownlee also is also one of this sinister kind?

There should be a committee of inquiry held into Teletubbie Influence in High Places.

Contact: sadistasm@yahoo.com Sister Sadista c/o Massey Uni School of Sociology and Women's Studies 06 3569099 ext 7750.

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