After careful deliberation, the National Science Board decided logic is an outdated principle. As a result, it is expected that logic will be removed from all day-to-day applications. Logically, however, that is unlikely to occur.
"We couldn't find any logical reason to do away with logic," said head of the NSB Department of Logistics Dr. Pete Saikes, "which indicated to us that logic is now outdated. Using logic, we realized this is a huge contradiction."
When asked what steps may be undertaken to remove all traces of logic from everything, Dr. Saikes responded, "That's a very logical question; however, now that logic is not reasonable, that question really makes no sense. Does it?"
In a statement issued earlier today by the White House, President George W. Bush stated, "This is an exciting time for The American People. I'm proud to admit that I stopped using logic years ago."