Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling for April 01, 2011
Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling Presents: News of the Times U.S. Bombs U.S. Schools The U.S. military initiated a stunning campaign of broad strikes against U.S. schools, unleashing warplanes and missiles to destroy each of its public education facilities. Man: In this budget crisis, we can't afford books and teachers. But we can ALWAYS afford bombs and bombers. So, we do what we can. Thankfully, military actions are in the budget's "Mandatory Discretionary" spending bucket. Mandatory Spending Defense Offense Bombing the bejesus out of the things U.S. Budget Mandatory Discretionary Spending Using war as a geopolitical fulorus to advance ideological agenda Discretionary Spending President: The way we show love and concern for a people is to bomb them. If we support the Afghan, Iraqi and Libyan people enough to bomb them, can't we do the same for OUR OWN CHILDREN? Man: We can't afford to negotiate with the teachers' union, but after a bombing, if we contract with Halliburton and Blackwater to send teachers in, the sky's the limits! NEXT: The U.S. shows love and concern for National Public Radio!
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