George Osborne introduced a Budget aimed to assist women and the disabled in a move that stimulated immediate approval from the 'Daily Male'.
Disabled people will be given the chance to return to the workforce so that they can maintain an income to maintain life. Women will be helped into low paid jobs so they can work and look after their children.
Tory Chair of Surrey Women for Freedom, Arabella Blenkinsop, described the 'bonus for women' as a sign that the Conservatives always care about women. 'The freedom to become cleaners and dog walkers will be wonderful for poorer women,' said Blenkinsop to our reporter Joan Windsor-Hohenzolllern.
Likewise Tory Minister for Work & Pensions, Jan Dooodleberg Scmit, told our Joan that to compare the measures to deal with disabled people as 'A Nazi policy' could not be 'fuhthrer from the truth'.
Scmit went on the complain about 'so-called Christians' who complained about the policies to get disabled people back to work.
"Jesus said, 'Take up thy bed and walk.'," Scmit reminded us. "Disabled people should jump to it and stop moaning.
"Look what disabled people have been able to achieve - that athlete in South Africa is a shining example."