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Friday, 20 April 2007

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New government issued Monopoly money

The New York High Times - In a reaction to the delays and confusion that marked the agency's response to Hurricane Katrina and other 2005 hurricanes, the House passed a disaster loan bill.

Not considering the implications, the bill passed by an overwhelming majority. They never considered the fact that this might require the government to pay for the REAL largest disaster of our time.

"It took the largest disaster of our time for us to open our eyes, or so we though. Unfortunately, the LARgest disaster was the cause of U.S. bankruptcy. Who thought that businesses and individuals would make claims against the government because of George W. Bush?"

Because of the bankruptcy, the U.S. Government adopted an emergency plan. They are now issuing Monopoly money.

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