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Tuesday, 11 January 2011

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Round up those poor!

Susan Boyle red scarf wearing fanatical loonies have today announced the formation of their new political party, The Lemonade Party.

"We were going to join The Tea Party, but they're far too liberal for our liking," said party chairperson Ms. V. V. Rich, "so we decided the only thing to do was to form our own party."

The key policy of the new party is mandatory detention with hard labour for anyone worth less than $1 million.

"Well, we don't mind the poor too much, just as long as we don't have to be near them. I think it's only fair that they are kept together in one place, where they can be productive making red scarves and quilts that we, the only really worthwhile members of society, need," said some rich sour-faced old woman with a red scarf.

"I couldn't believe it!" grumbled a 'poor' person. "I was on my way into work when a load of old women with red scarves demanded to see my bank details. When they found out I only have $350 in the bank they wrapped me in a quilt and drove me away. Next thing I know, I'm chained to a desk sewing quilts together all day long," he continued.

"We are only given bread and lemonade," cried another 'poor' person, "but I made 300 quilts last week so I'll get a thimble full of Irn Bru on Sunday!"

Other party policies include the replacement of the US National Anthem with SuBo's rendition of 'I Dreamed A Dream', replacement of the US flag with a red scarf, and replacement of the US Dollar with the SuBo Dollar.

"Somebody said our policies may not be entirely legal, but our wealthy husbands are rich enough to persuade them otherwise!" cackled another party member. "Don't forget that we're rich, so Wealthy Law applies to us, not those unfair laws that the poor people have to put up with!" she laughed.

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