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Thursday, 29 January 2009

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The Chinese government continues to strike blow after blow against the surging capitalist market of online pornography.

Their efforts have culminated in a month long campaign which shut down over 1,250 porn sites. In a valiant attempt to save the burgeoning industry, U.S. government employees have increased the amount of time they spend accessing porn on their computers.

Taxpayers have put to work officials who now spend up to 20% of their work-day making sure advertisements revenues and subscription fees support the slippery pockets of porno during its struggle against communist censorship.

Chinese pornography advocates in both countries are currently lobbying to add several million dollars to the current economic stimulus package for pornography originating from and necessarily including Chinese people. The "Yellow Fever" amendment is hotly contested in both the Senate and House committees.

Republicans claim it will help subvert Communism while Democrats insist that the money be spent on pornography originating in the United States. President Obama said he would respect whatever decision the congress makes. Conservative commentators suspect Obama hopes for a similar "Jungle Fever" amendment for Kenyan pornographers.

The Obama campaign declined to comment.

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