So THAT’S why Harry Reid is still in Washington! Turns out the city has a law that protects rats as endangered wildlife. In a weird twist, that means Occupy DC has been good for the environment.

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Not so silent
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Not so silent

Harry needs to go, I am sure there is a whorehouse somewhere in Nevada that could benefit from Harry’s experience at screwing people…

Joe Redfield
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Joe Redfield

Does this law also apply to cockroaches? If so, Eric Holder may want to be careful.

Dan Hawks
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Dan Hawks

Harry Reid = THE poster child for Term Limits!

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Dirty Harry certainly looks like a rat, and acts like one too.

hisham
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I think another part of this new law is that the specially trained and sensitive rat-catcher must also try to place these rats with their families…they could drop him off in Nevada somewhere.

flashingscotsman
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Would there be a problem with eating them? I know there are some hungry people in D.C.

PsychoDad
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“But when you see an article like the ‘Rats Occupy Occupy DC,’ it points up the problem that we’re going to have in Virginia because of that–and because D.C’s really outrageous–outrageous!–treatment of these varmints who, for those who don’t remember their history, carried things like bubonic plague. I mean, these are true vermin.”
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Wow, I lost track. Is he talking about Rodents or Occupants there?

poppajoe49
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Neither, it’s about Harry Reid!