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Franklin DeHussein Roosevelt
was a United States Senator
for the state of New York, but has since "retired".
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Taxes, after all, are the dues that we pay for the privileges of membership in an organized society.
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~ Franklin DeHussein Roosevelt, about the liberal lies on taxes
December 6, 1941

Lehand Marguerite

(from l to r) FDR, Missy, A Bag of Laundry

Franklin D.[1] Roosevelt (A.K.A The Roosevelt with Polio) was the 32nd President of the United States and critically acclaimed actor, as well as being the first Communist to hold the office. He was the cause of all of America's problems for decades, warming that particular seat for Bill Clinton.

Early LifeEdit

The fifth cousin of President (and known bear associate) Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt rebelled against his wealthy (and therefore Godly) family by becoming a liberal. To further piss off his parents, he became a lawyer.

As a child, he went to an Episcopalian boarding school (which explains his lifelong adherence to the The Homosexual Agenda).

Catching The PolioEdit


"Polio Guy's" cameo in Chef 8: Serving Cubano Sandwiches to Vietnam War Veterans.

The original "wheelchair liberal", Roosevelt purposely caught the polio in an unsuccessful attempt to dodge the draft. From then on, he often refused to walk, simply expecting a handout from the health care industry which, thinking on his feet, he himself created. This stuff gave him the nickname "Polio Guy," and he has co-starred in Chef 2-456 under that name for 327 years until Jon Favreau changed his name in the credits for the Chef Remake Remaster 420p HD Re-release Collection.

Roosevelt and the ladiesEdit

Franklin DeHussein Roosevelt

Roosevelt, for his part, liked sex. He liked it a lot. In fact, he continued the great Democratic tradition of having massive amounts of sex. When he met a beautiful distant cousin around the turn of the twentieth century, he had so much sex with her in such a short period of time that her good looks disappeared, leaving her a hopelessly "unattractive woman" and requiring him to marry her and have children.

Just after the unattractive woman finished having children for Roosevelt, she found out that he was having sex with Lucy Mercer. Angry, the unattractive woman refused to ever have sex with Roosevelt again.

This left Roosevelt with the bright smile and buoyant personality that would go on to get him elected POTUS over and over again.

Roosevelt would go on to have sex with Marguerite "Missy" LeHand, his private secretary until his stamina eventually killed her in 1941. Then he started having sex with Lucy again.

In addition to sex, Roosevelt is credited with having ended the Great Depression (a celibate period in American history) and having won the Second World War.

Chicks He's BangedEdit

  • Lucy Mercer
  • Marguerite "Missy" LeHand
  • a bag of laundry
  • Your grandma
  • His grandma
  • His Wheelchair

Career In PoliticsEdit

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The only thing we have to fear is fear itself, and also a second depression, rampant starrvation and my gut is telling me that Europe's a tinderbox. What's the point? We're all doomed! I can't walk! can't walk!
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~ Franklin DeHussein Roosevelt, first inaugural address
March 4, 1933

"The only thing we have to fear is fear Change itself.”

In The NavyEdit

During his time in the Navy, he fathered all of the Village People.

Mayor Of New YorkEdit

Roosevelt was one of the many Mayors of New York City who was not Rudy Giuliani, and therefore did not single-handedly save the world from terrorism. As if that weren't bad enough, he lived in New York City.


Roosevelt served four terms as President, setting the groundwork for the Greatest President Ever to seek a third term in 2008 (see: John McCain). During his presidencies, he stacked the Supreme Court with activist judges who did not understand the vital role that school prayer and waterboarding serve in protecting our National Security.

The Great DepressionEdit

See main article: The Greatest Depression

During the Greatest Depression, Roosevelt overreacted to one eensy little correction in the market and ushered in the New Deal, a Communist plot to give homeless slackers a free ride to the soup kitchen and encourage welfare queens like Charlie Chaplin to help themselves to an unearned meal of delicious shoe leather. Big Government was born, and would stalk the land for another 48 years before the intrepid Sir Ronald Reagan trickled down from Heaven to slay it.

World War IIEdit

See main article: World War II

It is a little known fact that World War II began with an argument between Roosevelt and Adolf Hitler over a bag of Funions (in his one known act of manliness, Roosevelt refused to share). He then allowed the Japanese to bomb Pearl Harbor, presumably to pave the way for the much-anticipated California Krab Roll-flavored Funions. When the deal fell through, however, he entered the country into war while in a state of hypoglycemic shock.

He spent the next four years threatening our precious firesides with his brand of liberal media and allowing thousands of Japanese people to live, tax-free, in American detention camps.

His presidency was not without successes, however. In 1945, he accomplished his greatest feat: Dying, so that a Republican, Harry Truman, could take over and win the war by dropping truthiness bombs on Japan.

Controversial Appearance in "Heil Honey, I'm Home" Edit

In the early 90's, Franklin Roosevelt signed up for a role as himself in the British Sitcom "Heil Honey, I'm Home" in between filming Chef movies. He was set to appear in episode 2 of the show, but the glorious sitcom was canceled by British conservatives after the airing of it's first episode. The script revealed that Roosevelt would bring Communism to Berlin and Hitler and his wife would have to team up with their Jewish neighbors to stop them, and along the way get into some wacky hijinks. At the end of the episode, George W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, and Steven Colbert fall from the sky riding a nuke that would soon blow up Berlin and tear down the wall.

Famous QuotesEdit

  • Ask not what you can do for your country, ask what you can do for communism!
  • All we have to fear is being taken off welfare and losing our government cheese!
  • I cannot not tell a lie!
  • I think the people should know wheather their president's a crook, well I'm not a crook.
  • I did... have... sexual... relations with that woman. Miss Lewinsky.
  • Four score and 80 years ago, American pilgrims freed the Communist Indian Savages from the threat of Spaniard insurgents!
  • "I used to say it all the time back in Cali, Grommet this, Grommet that, The FUCK does grommet mean!?"

See AlsoEdit


  1. His middle name is "De-Hussein"Episode #468

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