UnNews:Proposal for Oscar Wilde Day Vetoed By Obama
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16 November 2008
WASHINGTON, D.C.- :Today, on Capitol Hill, President-Elect Obama vetoed a law to make October 16th a national holiday called Oscar Wilde Day in honor of the gay Irish poet and supreme ruler of Uncyclopedia and its subsidiaries, Oscar Wilde, even though he does not have the power to do so yet. "I don't want this holiday because America hates poetry and gays.", said the President-Elect at a press conference today. Oscar Wilde Day will be celebrated with lots of quotes, poetry writing, gay pride parades, and, of course, giving everyone a blow-job.
- "This holiday is important to all poets who ' belong to the culture of male love inspired by the Greek paederastic tradition, as said by Wilde himself. ' Obama is just an evil black man",said Suzy Q., a spokesperson for the Wildephile Club of Homo Poets.
- Congress will try to get President-Elect Obama to pass it again on November 19th. The House unanimously passed the act yesterday, with the Senate passing it with only one ' no ' vote, cast by John McCain.
- "It's a shame that Oscar Wilde Day didn't get passed.", said Mr. Mann of Virginia "I hate Obama. Him and his hatred of poetry.
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“I thought you had to be dead to have a holiday after you.”
“Oscar Wilde is dead.”
“Who the hell is Oscar Wilde?”
“Ever read Dorian Gay, er gray.”
“I have a holiday?”
“I had a holiday?”
“They took away my holiday?”
“Are you kidding? The ruler of a freakin' stupid website o' shit that 95% of people that never heard of?
The Messiah PresidentPresident-Elect Obama is crazy!”
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