Sunday, April 27, 2008

Bipartisan Plan to Reduce Welfare, Overpopulation

Report by John Northingham, GA Chapter

On Friday, the House echoed the Senate’s historic compromise which introduced the most comprehensive population/welfare reduction bill ever to pass through Congress. Built on the back of Republican concerns about growing welfare rolls, and Democratic concerns over a growing World population, the bill (HR 5903), if signed by the President, will implement a series of targeted attacks aimed at the poorest segment of the U.S. citizenry. “This plan creates a meaningful, balanced solution for the Left and Right, and as a bonus, provides valuable, real-life experience for our troops,” explained Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), referring to the use of U.S. troops to eradicate the poorest members of our society. “I can’t wait to see what happens when one of those ‘Bunker-Busters’ rips through a trailer park - it has the force of 500 tornadoes,” estimated General Petraeus, new appointed Chief of U.S. Central Command

“We can literally remove 200 - 1000 people from the welfare rolls with each bomb,” boasted David Davis (R-TN), justifying his vote in favor of the bill. In a joint statement issued by House Republicans and Democrats, the bill was hailed as “an essential tool for lowering taxes, easing traffic congestion, and freeing up valuable property for rebuilding a more modern, more beautiful America. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced that the bill makes significant process toward stemming urban sprawl, “by opening up real estate within the city, the need for outward expansion is reduced.”

While the bill marks unprecedented cooperation between members of either side of the aisle, it also shows the depth of the disregard that our elected officials actually have for the citizens of our country. “The ruling class in this country hasn’t believed the poor to be their evolutionary equals since nearly the time of our Country’s founding,” instructed one DC pundit. This revelation into the mindset of our leaders, although startling, explains why the Washington elite are so flippant when it comes to the lives of less affluent Americans.

1 comment:

Stephanie M said...

Any word whether or not they'll be aiming towards my neck of the woods?