Newsletter # 7

After days of suspense, U.S. Senator Trent Lott, R-Miss., finally revealed that he will resign from the Senate to become campaign chairman for Reverend Al Sharpton 2004 Presidential bid. 

"I thought he should have been elected Senator of New York but the racist people in that state refuse to see the light and only showed their dark side by not supporting this man of the cloth, we shall overcome this injustice inspired by the attitudes of Hillary and Bill Clinton and Buddy their dog and Socks their cat,  said Sen. Lott. "And now that he's thrown his hat in the ring, it's time to right the wrongs of the past and undo one of  the greatest injustice of the 21st century." 

The Reverend  will forego the normal formation of an exploratory committee, according to an unnamed aide, and simply announce his candidacy later this week. Un-similar to his 1996 attempt for the Senate, Reverend Al  will run as a third-party candidate, but not as a Democrat this time. 

"We've formed a new political party this week," said Sen. Lott. "My good friend from New York will head up the ticket for the "We Are Right Party."  The Reverend Al will formally  announce his Vice-Presidential running mate Cardinal Bernard Law of Boston next Sunday during service.  We're going to say whatever we darn well please and if anybody disagrees with us they are a bunch of racist. And if you reporters want to cover the campaign, get your own bus."

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