Friday Funnies: 5 jokes about government spending

October 15, 2010

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Cartoon: Rescuing the Unemployed

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“You are, let me get this right, the head of the Council of Economic Advisors. What does that mean? Are you like the Joint Chiefs, but for money?” — Stephen Colbert talking to Austan Goolsbee.

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The Onion: Congress Sets Sail In Search Of Fabled Sword Of Bipartisanship

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“The White House has issued an alert for American tourists traveling in Europe over fears of a terror attack. But the joke’s on you, terrorists. We can’t afford to go to Europe.” — Jimmy Fallon

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The Onion: Something About Tax Cuts Or Earnings Or Money Or Something In Recent Economic News

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6 Responses to Friday Funnies: 5 jokes about government spending

  1. Phil Menard says:

    The democrats are deliberately bankrupting the government so that they can prove to the American people that Socialism is the only answer.

    The real answer is get rid of all incumbents and never vote for the same person more than two terms (one preferably)..

    Wake up America or starve.

  2. Phil Menard says:

    The democrats are deliberately bankrupting the government so that they can prove to the American people that Socialism is the only answer.

    The real answer is get rid of all incumbents and never vote for the same person more than two terms (one preferably)..

    Wake up America or starve.

  3. Phil Menard says:

    The democrats are deliberately bankrupting the government so that they can prove to the American people that Socialism is the only answer.

    The real answer is get rid of all incumbents and never vote for the same person more than two terms (one preferably)..

    Wake up America or starve.

  4. Ralph Alexander says:

    Phil,

    I agree. One or possibly two terms is sufficient. In addition, all public service, job, benefits such as health care and pension should also end. In fact, since incumbents and candidates seem to have an inexhaustive treasure of campaign funds they should be capable/required to fund their own retirement and health care bebefits, like most of us, without using taxpayer money.

    What is public service about? Public servive or self service?

    RAlph

  5. Ralph Alexander says:

    Phil,

    I agree. One or possibly two terms is sufficient. In addition, all public service, job, benefits such as health care and pension should also end. In fact, since incumbents and candidates seem to have an inexhaustive treasure of campaign funds they should be capable/required to fund their own retirement and health care bebefits, like most of us, without using taxpayer money.

    What is public service about? Public servive or self service?

    RAlph

  6. Ralph Alexander says:

    Phil,

    I agree. One or possibly two terms is sufficient. In addition, all public service, job, benefits such as health care and pension should also end. In fact, since incumbents and candidates seem to have an inexhaustive treasure of campaign funds they should be capable/required to fund their own retirement and health care bebefits, like most of us, without using taxpayer money.

    What is public service about? Public servive or self service?

    RAlph

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