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Funny story:  Guillotine candidate  George  Osborne says  "Let them eat Cake"

Guillotine candidate George Osborne says "Let them eat Cake"

Freezing pensioners who can't afford to shop anywhere else but Lidul have been subject to cake bombardment from George Osbornes Palace windows in Versailles, Knightsbridge. Cries of "Let them eat cake" have been heard from within. Media articles p...
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Funny story:  NSA sneaks into damp basement tea party meeting on government shutdown etc

NSA sneaks into damp basement tea party meeting on government shutdown etc

Anonymous NSA sources are now revealing the latest surveillance deep inside an old textbook building where current tea party aficionados are planning strategy. The nature of this surveillance is not clear although deployment of tiny insect drones...
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Funny story:  Osborne Cuts! (the throat of the country)

Osborne Cuts! (the throat of the country)

"George Osborne Makes Cuts". Is a headline that would make every voter jump for joy and scream "deeper"! The image it conjures up is one of unbridled happiness as we watch a YouTube special of Mr Osborne sat at his desk his blue blood dripping slowly...
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Funny story:  Congressional plan to balance budget

Congressional plan to balance budget

Washington DC - With the threat of the physical cliff eminent, a maverick group congressional leaders is dealing with the issue. "The 2% are running out of sources of income. But we know where the money is. Old people", related a congressman,...
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Funny story:  Thatcher urged to slip away

Thatcher urged to slip away

Sources close to former Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher have stated today that senior members of the Tory part are urging her to die. The hope that is Thatcher can be persuaded to slip peacefully away during the run up to George Osbourne's next budg...
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Funny story:  Householders warned they are never more than six feet away from a Tory

Householders warned they are never more than six feet away from a Tory

Households across Britain have been warned of the imminent dangers presented to their well-being following the disconcerting revelation they were never more than 6 feet away from a fully formed Tory. The unfathomably populous homo-sapien Torius-ra...
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Funny story:  Con dems 50% reduction in ghost and spectre budget

Con dems 50% reduction in ghost and spectre budget

The coalition government today announced a severe reduction in the Ghost and spectre budget. A drop of nearly [strong£20.00 from last years budget of just over £41.00. Speaking from His under ground lair, David Cameron confirmed the decision "we ha...
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Funny story:  Budget Cuts at the Ministry of Defence

Budget Cuts at the Ministry of Defence

The Ministry of Defence has announced job cuts in the armed forces of over one hundred thousand front line men and women. "This may sound, at first, like terrible news," said Brigadier Brian Gardener. "It's a huge number of soldiers. What we're ac...
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Funny story:  Walking the Talk: House Republicans,Glenn Beck Call on Americans to Reject Medicare, Veterans Benefits

Walking the Talk: House Republicans,Glenn Beck Call on Americans to Reject Medicare, Veterans Benefits

Fresh from the victory of passing the 2012 budget in the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Paul Ryan and Congressman Michelle Bachmann took to the steps of the U.S Capitol, calling on Americans to take "bold new steps" to show their support for the Republican-sponsored budget plan. "This new budget plan is a breath of fresh air," beamed Ryan. "It identifies so-called entitlements for...
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Funny story:  Boehner Refuses to Cut Funding to Congressional Tanning Salon

Boehner Refuses to Cut Funding to Congressional Tanning Salon

Washington D.C.- While the battle over budget cuts continues to wage in the capital today, House Leader John Boehner has made one thing clear, "the private congressional tanning salon IS NOT on the chopping block." In a heated discussion with Pres...
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Funny story:  Governor Walker Announces "Budget Blaster" Video Game

Governor Walker Announces "Budget Blaster" Video Game

Today, in the wake of the passing and publication of the revolutionary new budget repair bill, the Walker administration unveiled "Citizen Gamers", a new initiative for disseminating important policy and budgetary information to the public using vide...
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Funny story:  Isle of Wight News - Traffic lights to be automated

Isle of Wight News - Traffic lights to be automated

The budget cuts sweeping the UK are not leaving the Isle of Wight out, with the Island council asked to trim their budget by twenty percent, or nearly five hundred pounds. One of the more tragic cuts is the enforced early retirement of Frank Excha...
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Funny story:  Tameside spent £30,000 on Lifestyle Schemes, now must cut £100million

Tameside spent £30,000 on Lifestyle Schemes, now must cut £100million

As the furore continues over budget cuts at local councils, the media are getting ever more desperate to point the finger of blame at wasteful councils. The latest such finger-pointing has been levelled at Tameside Council in Greater Manchester. In 2006 it was identified that sickness and illness were costing the council millions of pounds. Action was taken, and thirty thousand pounds was spent...
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Funny story:  Major Unrest In Wisconsin

Major Unrest In Wisconsin

The North Central state of Wisconsin is facing major disruption over the coming weeks as public unrest continues to build over massive budget cuts. Its anticipated that over 70,000 demonstrators will bring the state capital of Madison to a halt to...
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Funny story:  Tea Party Budget Cuts Include Repealing Gravity

Tea Party Budget Cuts Include Repealing Gravity

WASHINGTON D.C. - The Tea Party routinely campaigns on cutting the size of government, and statements made by elected tea party members now show us just how they plan on doing so. With Washington talking about various proposals to reduce the defic...
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Funny story:  Top Gear 2011, budget cuts announced

Top Gear 2011, budget cuts announced

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will return for a new series of Top Gear in the New Year, but the popular motoring magazine show will be the subject of severe budget cuts. "We will not be replacing the Stig," said show producer Morr...
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Funny story:  The Archers down the line

The Archers down the line

Vanessa Whitburn, the editor of The Archers, has complained to BBC bosses that budget cuts mean far too many scenes have to be on the phone. "It's starting to show," she says. By setting a scene with several characters on their mobiles it is p...
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Funny story:  Bipartisan Pledge To America

Bipartisan Pledge To America

In a rare show of bipartisan unity, leaders of the Democratic and Republican parties agreed to make the following pledge to the American people: "We pledge not to ask Americans for shared sacrifice in order to eliminate the deficit. Republicans will keep repeating no new taxes, Democrats will refuse to budge on entitlement spending, and neither party will propose cuts in defense. Both parties...
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