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    By Ricey Wild
    News From Indian Country

    My dog Mitzi almost peed herself she is so happy that her guy won the presidency. She put her vote in for “Bark” Obama and feels really good about herself and the nation’s choice. Now she is saving up some bones for when the new first family moves in to the White House. The Mitz wants to go reverently whuff the First Puppy’s butt. Perhaps when Mitzi is properly vetted and cleared by the Secret Service we will do so. Heck I’m so happy about the election I may just sniff me some presidential puppy butt myself.

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