© FauxNews May 28th 2009
Mound House, Nevada - Members of Nevada's People for the Emphatic Tickling of Animals will be protesting Governor Jim "Smackdown" Gibbons tomorrow in response to reports that "Mr. Jinx", Nevada's First Cat, was accidentally gravely injured by Gibbons in a Veto Stamp Incident this weekend at the Governor's Mansion.
Gibbons, in this years attempt to break the all-time Veto Record by a governor, apparently whacked the feline on the forehead by accident when trying to execute the Double Pump Fader stamp on SB283 when the cat decided to walk over the governor's desk. Gibbons will certainly be breaking the all-time veto record for governor, although he is behind in "Veto Style Points" in the GOP Governors Fox News Veto Cup. With Nevada's Legislative Session nearly over, Gibbons needs 176 points to catch California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's 2158 points.
Milo Forlack of Reno PETA office said "I don't believe this was an accident. There are reports of the governor accidentally vetoing his dog, goldfish and three office staffers this weekend. the corporate media has done a great job in covering that up. The man is a menace and needs to be punished for his crimes against The Animal Kingdom."
Governor Gibbons office did not return FauxNews imaginary phone calls on this issue.