A Representative of the major banks has a sit down meeting with the President.

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Friday, 7 October 2011

"Mr. President, we need to discuss the money that the American people owe us."
"How much is it up to?" The President asks.
"Well, sir, it's almost two hundred billion."
"Here is two hundred and four billion."
"Thank you very much, Mr. President. Now, as I was saying, the American people owe us a lot of money…"
"I just gave you over two hundred billion!"
"I'm sorry, Mr. President, I would really love to talk with you about that another time, but at the moment, we really are pressed for time, and we need to stick to the topic at hand. Like I was saying, we have a plan for how the American people can pay us back. First, we are going to take their homes from them, then we will raise the interest rates on the credit cards…"
"But I am the President of the United States! You can't…"
"I'm so sorry, Mr. President. You are absolutely right. So, as I was saying, then you are going to…"

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