How will party instill FEAR, now?

Funny story written by Daniel Wolf

Monday, 2 May 2011

If it is recorded, as fact, that Mr. Bin Laden has met his end, courtesy of American President Barack Obama, and American Special Forces soldiers, then it is predicted that this will cause no end of problems, both for the Republican Party, and its most radical wing, the TEA Party.

With Mr. Bin Laden dead, what reason will the Republicans have, for continuing to give multi-billion-dollar contracts to the very defense industry backers, who financed Republican political campaigns, in return for promised contracts?

How will the Republicans justify adding billions of dollars, each month, to the national debt? And will this mean an end to the multi-TRILLION dollar invasions, of Iraq, and Afghanistan?

How will politicians be able to instill the FEAR that "The terrorists are EVEREYWHERE", when a prime leader (More like a U.S. scapegoat) named Bin Laden has gone to meet his maker?

Sources say that the Republican Party may, already, be looking for a new scape-goat, to take Mr. Bin Ladens place. If confidential sources are correct, the Republicans are prepared to approach actors, such as Michael Ironside, Nick Nolte, and Russel Crowe, among others, to see which of these leading men could be made to look, and act, as terrifying, as Mr. Bin Laden was made out to be.

The concern, on Wall Street, and Main Street, is that, with scapegoat Bin Laden, now dead, that massive rounds, of lay-off's, may heading for defense contractors, as work-forces now consider whether the defense industry is immune from potential lay-off's.

The answers to these, and other questions, may be coming sooner than anyone is prepared for.

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

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