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Friday, July 11, 2008

Free-Ass. Press: Budget Office OK's Reality Stimulus Checks for Mental Recession

From Free-Ass. Press:

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Former Republican Sen. Phil Gramm, a top advisor to Sen. John McCain, said today that Americans who claim the economy is in a recession are delusional. "You've heard of mental depression? This is a mental recession," Gramm said.

Fearing an election-year backlash against Republicans, the Congressional Budget Office immediately approved millions of "Reality Checks" to help stimulate Americans' sagging mental condition.

"Republicans understand that Americans are dumber than most," said Republican Minority Whip Roy Blunt of Missouri. "This plan provides $300 for 'out-to-lunch' Americans, $600 for the 'somewhat slow' independent voters and $1,500 each for the wealthiest one-half of one percent of Americans; $3,000 for those who are married filing jointly." Sen. Barack Obama responded immediately to the plan.

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