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Sunday, 25 September 2011

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Ok, you have these two unemployed guys sitting at a bar....

US President, Barack Obama, who had been pitching his Jobs Plan while campaigning across America, finally got the news that most American's saw the plan hitting the dirt well before reaching home plate.

Obama was told that: "While the Democrats are enthusiastic about it and the Republicans are partially for it, the American public has lost faith in any of the politicians' ability to do anything to bring down the nation's stubbornly high unemployment rate".

The Tea Party did weigh in on the Jobs Plan by mentioning that it doesn't matter what Obama proposes because they are going to turn him into a newt anyway.

Obama immediately took hold upon the information to revise his Jobs Plan to be tailored to the current psyche of the American public. He announced that the Jobs Plan will only create jobs for Jobs Planners who will quickly decide that the stimulus money should be used to create jobs in China.

Obama did promise that the Chinese will not be getting all the Jobs Plan money due to the American Government contracting practice of waterfalling which is kind of like waterboarding without the board.

Waterfalling is the practice of a company procuring a government contract for work and immediately sub-contracting to another company who then sub-contracts to another company and so forth until the last company has to actually hire people to do the work at ridiculously low wages. In this case, the last sub-contractor will be forced to hire people from China who will immediately ask to have access to classified US defense documents to which they will happily be granted.

While Obama's revised Jobs Plan did not do much to sway the American public to endorse it, he did, however, gain 1.3 billion new friends living in China.

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