Special “More Late Breaking News” E-dition

 And Some Days, There’s Just Too Much Damn News
Release of those long-awaited JFK papers was a little delayed today, and The Blower along with everybody else, was waiting to see how Trump work himself to that story.

Now we see George Herbert Walker Bush being congratulated by Former Presidents Jimmy Carter, Dubya, and Pants-Dropper-in-Chief Bill Clinton after a second publicity-seeking woman came forward to accuse the 93-year-year-old Former President in a wheel chair of patting her on the ass and telling her a dirty joke. Way to go, Bushie! You’re our hero.

And Here Are A Few More Banned Halloween Costumes

In Washington, our DC Newsbreaker says the Trump Justice Department has apologized and finally admits Obama’s IRS singled out Conservatives, but IRS Chief John Koskinen was never fired and Lois Lerner didn’t go to jail.

Lesbian Talk Show Host Ellen Degenerate Was Shown Staring At Katy Perry’s Major Yabbos At The Grammy Awards

HURLEY THE HISTORIAN wonders who sent this Mean-Spirited Birthday Card To Hillary?

Closer to home, UC and The Fishwrap are promoting the bejesus out of an appearance on campus by some right wing whack job, but what students really should be protesting are $250 parking tickets in Clifton.

And Is that Disingenuous DemocRAT Township Trustee Candidate really campaigning to make Anderson a “Sanctuary Township?”

Meanwhile, the Forest Hills School District has scheduled another “Special Meeting” for next Monday at 7 AM. Maybe we’ll find out if they hired a new Treasurer to replace Rick Toepfer, a Director of Business Operations to replace Ray Johnson (who resigned), or an Amorous Administrative Assistant to replace ‘Insatiable Beth’ Brulport, after that over-sexed troika had been accused of ‘sending explicit sexual messages to each other’ during school hours using school accounts and devices.” Maybe it’s a new hire, perhaps a “Director of Office Affairs.” Stay tuned.

         IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY: Bluegrass Bureau Chief Ken CamBoo says NoKY Soreheads in Kenton, Campbell, and Boondoggle Counties see many of the same problems as our Angry Andersonians. They also have RINO politicians who publicly support humongous school tax hikes, a nearby poorly-managed urban areas like Covington and Newport to make fun of, and even some of those Dumbed-Down, Self-Absorbed, Media-Influenced, Celebrity-Obsessed, Politically-Correct, Uninformed, Short-Attention-Span, Free-Stuff Grabbing, Low-Information Obama Supporters Who Put Obama In The White House—Twice as neighbors, although thankfully not so many.

          They’re also glad they don’t have any Township Trustees like Disgraced Former Trustee Kevin “Big Spanky” O’Brien who get themselves arrested for Masturbating in a Wellborn Woman’s Car or High School Sophomores named Muhammed who Paint Penises on Football Fields. Our Sarcastic Sage says along with the likes of Eric “Call Me Crazy” Deters, Suburban Soreheads in Kenton, Campbell, and Boondoggle Counties have enough scandals on their own. 

Finally, with only 12 more days until the 2017 Elections, The Fishwrap can’t stop wondering why Cincinnati’s Diminutive DemocRAT John Cranley isn’t more popular. Worse than that, our Feckless Fishwappers still aren’t giving The Blower credit, especially after we publish Artis Conception’s Award-Winning Illustrations like this instant classic.

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