US District Judge Says Forests Must Have Trees

Funny story written by Pointer

Saturday, 31 March 2007

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Bush Administration goal for planet earth

Phyllis Hamilton, US District Judge, has made a decision which flies in the face of Bush administration Dis-environmental Protection agency.

New Presidential regulations ruled that an area of land that once had trees could still be called a forest even after federal permission permitted the clear-cutting of that region.

Presently investigated Deputy secretary of the Interior Julie Mac Donald explained: "People can't see the forest for the trees. So we are removing the trees so they can see the forest. . . get it?!"

Bush Administration representative for Urban Affairs, Norman "Neutronbomb" Blastovsky has been arguing this new theory in reference to cities: "We have to start seeing the buildings without the people!"

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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