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In political seasons, satire helps breaks my fatigue with political campaigning:
While crossing a street in Washington, a U.S. senator is flattened by an 18-wheeler. He dies and is standing in front of Saint Peter.
Saint Peter looks through his book and says, “This is most unusual. You must spend 24 hours in heaven, followed by 24 hours in hell, and then chose where you will spend eternity.”
The senator shouts, “I’ll take heaven!”
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