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Commentary: If Elected, No Flying Toothbrush Monkeys

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Commentary: If Elected, No Flying Toothbrush Monkeys

Commentary: If Elected, No Flying Toothbrush Monkeys

Commentary: If Elected, No Flying Toothbrush Monkeys

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We hear a recorded message from Washington, D.C. presidential primary candidate Vermin Supreme, who is campaigning on a platform of mandatory toothbrushing laws. He promises that if elected, a breed of flying monkeys, disguised as "tooth fairies," will not be created to enforce the laws.

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