US: To go to the other side of the road.
LIB DEMS: For it is a good move. Life is a lot better on the other side.
ARISTOTLE: It is but natural for chickens to cross the road.
KARL MARX: It was historically inevitable that the chicken would one day cross the road
HIPPOCRATES: As a result of excessive secretion of pancreatic glands
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR: I have a dream of a world where all chickens shall have the liberty to cross the road without having to justify their actions.
NICOLAS MACHIAVELLI: The important thing is that the chicken crossed the road. We shouldn’t care to know why. The end result of crossing the road is self-justifying and overrides the reason for the crossing.
SIGMUND FREUD: The fact that you are concerned with the chicken crossing the road reveals how sexually insecure you are.
EINSTEIN: Whether it is the chicken that crosses the road or the road that revolves around the chicken is relative and solely depends on your reference point.
STALIN: The chicken should have been shot in the farm, alongside all the witnesses to the crossing, and maybe 10 other bystanders so as not to have such a subversive act being committed.
GEORGE W. BUSH: The fact that the chicken crossed the road in all impunity, in gross disregard of UNO resolutions represents an affront to democratic practices, liberty, human rights and justice. This proofs irrefutably that we should already have bombed this road a long time ago.
BARACK OBAMA: The chicken crossed the road because « Yes it can »
SARKOZY: This chicken should first of all learn « la marseillaise » before such a road crossing adventure should be attempted in France.
PAUL BIYA: Where is the proof that the chicken crossed the road ? This is the work of “the opposition ». A commission of inquiry shall be put in place to track down all these opposition chickens.
H&S BOD: Did the chicken look both ways before crossing the road and was it wearing a high viz jacket?
FEMINISTS: To stop the cockerel on the side of the road from asserting his masculinity.
UKUNCUT: To stop the ducks on the other side of the road from getting all the feed.
RICHARD J MURPHY: The chicken crossed the road to pay his taxes.
NICK CLEGG: Snobbery from the other chickens.
GORDON BROWN: It started in America.
CAMERON: I’m glad you asked that excellent question.
LEN MCCLUSKY: The management forced it to.
ED BALLS: It was trying to walk too fast, too soon.
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