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Immoral John Howard Against Natural Law!!!

Correctives: Immoral John Howard Against Natural Law!!!

"The Corrective Party believes the impending doom of the Coalition Government in Australia is attributable to the size of its leader." said Sister Raptophilia, Mother Stuporific of the Corrective Party today.

"In the words of that classic fourteenth century hymn, short people got no reason to live. They got little hands, little feet, little voices going beep beep beep. Little mouths telling great big lies. Don't want no short people, don't want no short people, don't want no short people round here..."

"Being stunted is a sign of affliction from God and results in acts of mayhem being committed as the afflicted victim of preordained minitude struggles with God's intention for her or him to be the target of sizist jokes. Look how New Zealand is prospering under the wise administration of Miss Clark!!! Why?? Because at least Miss Clark doesn't have to wear platform shoes to meet neighbouring political leaders!!!"

Sister Raptophilia
Mater Dominatrix
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