Monday, September 12, 2005

Ditch Labor day, advisers urge Bush

ADVISERS appointed by George Bush after the 9/11 suicide murders are proposing to scrap the Labor Day holiday because it is regarded as offensive to Halliburton.
They want to replace it with a Business As Usual Day that would recognise the profits generated by big business as well as the efforts of people who actually do the work.

My first response to the advisors of Tony Blair would be; "Sure, when the total hits 6.5 million Muslims butchered and burned in ovens, let me know."

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