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Dogs in a Democratic Society by mrsteabag on 8 September 2008 8:55pm
 
This originally appeared in Native American Myths and Legends,and was told by a Lakota holy person to an anthropologist, so it must be true:
Before the Great Spirit sent them to earth,the dogs gathered for a meeting. They decided to form a government, but could not decide who should lead them. After throwing around several different breeds and debating their merits and drawbacks, two ugly little mutts suggested that they put into power whoever smelled best beneath their tail. To this day, they're still looking.
(Makes more sense than the electoral college, doesn't it?)
 
Re: Dogs in a Democratic Society by ev on 8 September 2008 9:03pm
 
Politicians have their noses up each other's butts too..
 
Re: Dogs in a Democratic Society by suzulu on 9 September 2008 11:41am
 
LOL!
 
Re: Dogs in a Democratic Society by tucsonmike on 9 September 2008 1:39pm
 
Well doggone it!
 
Re: Dogs in a Democratic Society by bIG bLOGGER on 9 September 2008 5:15pm
 
I always thought that dogging was a rather dubious activity. What kinda dog would you say 'dubya' Bush might be?
 



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