Today's Headlines 11/10/04

* Israel announced today that Yasser Arafat will be allowed to be buried in the Palestinian State. The new Palestinian state will consist of a six feet deep two feet wide and seven feet parcel of land in the Gaza Strip. Once the Palestinian state is created all three million Palestinians will be relocated there. Israel announced that it was not going to try and use Arafat's burial as a negotiating ploy and plans to allow Arafat to be buried on the Mount of Olives in Exchange for Palestinians giving up claim to the right of return and sovereignty over East Jerusalem were not taken seriously.

* President Bush announced today that he would seek a second term in 2008. Press Secretary Scott McClellan announced that since Bush was not elected in 2000, that he was eligible for a third term under the 22nd Amendment.

* President Bush announced several changes to his cabinet. David Duke will replace John Ashcroft as Attorney General; Jesus Christ will replace John Snow as Education Secretary; the position of Treasury Secretary is being eliminated as part of the simplification of the tax code.

* Jurors in the Scott Peterson case today announced that they would find Peterson not guilty for a sum of $2.5 million.

* The Democratic party announced that as part of its shift to the center that it would push for a constitutional Amendment stripping homosexuals of the right to vote.



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