Tuesday, April 15, 2008
If You Have Some Time To Waste, Try ThisA friend in Delaware just sent me something worth sharing with TBVyou can pick from a shopping list of such items as: -Universal Health Care, at a cost of 3,067.00 per person,
-Full Funding of Amtrak Passenger Service & Expansion for $2,500,000,000.00,
-Rice for All (Half of the World)Price: $60,000,000,000.00 A bowl of rice for each poor person (under $5/day income), or about 3 billion people, twice a day for a whole year, -Switch to Solar Price: $420,000,000,000.00.....okay, you get the idea.
readers: Your chance to go on a three trillion dollar shopping spree! Yes, you too can blow huge wads of virtual cash just like the Bush Administration has done with our tax dollars (almost the same as virtual cash, as it will be several future generations who'll actually be picking up the tab)!! Only, instead of wreaking havoc, killing lots of people, destroying the American military, creating unending waves of dedicated terrorists,
Amazing how hard it is to spend three trillion dollars, I bought the items listed above, plus quite a few more, and hadn't gotten anywhere near three trillion. So, give it a whirl yourself, why doncha? Don't have to get in your car, go to the mall, wonder where you're going to put all that stuff when you get it home, none of the bother of actual shopping. Read the How To Play box first, then get ready to rumble: The 3 Trillion Dollar Shopping Spree!
Imagine, It would only cost $1, 081,200,000,00 to PUT BUSH, CHENEY, RICE,RUMSFELD, GONZALES, AND THE ENTIRE CONGRESS IN PRISON FOR 100 YEAR SENTENCES FOR CRIMES AGAINST THE WORLD, DESTRUCTION OF THE CONSTITUTION AND AIDING AND ABETTING IN THE TORTURE OF INNOCENTS, and they'd throw in the CEOs of ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, BP, Marathon, Chevron, and CITGO for their support and encouragement so they can carve up Iraq oil like a Christmas Ham!
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That we who lived by honest dreams
Defend the bad against the worse."
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