Washington DC - The US Just-Us Department has urged a New York court to reject a deal that would allow book company Boogle to publish millions of books online.
The deal raised protection and family issues, the mob said, and should be rejected in its current form.
The Joint is due to rule on the issue early next month.
Under the deal - the product of a legal suit - Boogle would pay Americans to read books online, thus stemming the tide of stupidity in America.
Drug companies selling drugs to bored children acting out in school because all they can find on the internet is crap written by people with names like Monkey Woods, objected to the deal as well, and were immediately backed by the FDA that declared books a drug.
When asked about the new government ban on online books, an aide replied, "Boooks? We have Boooks."