Thursday, May 31, 2007

Corporate Media Experiencing Buyer's Remorse With Bush

Washington, D.C. - The five major corporations that control most of the information management in the media are expressing remorse over their decision to help install and prop up the George W. Bush presidency. Over the course of the last year they have begun to realize that they severely miscalculated in their selection and are now worried that their ability to project themselves as serving the interests of the American public has been fatally compromised.

Unfortunately, they believe that their choices are limited and that they are now stuck with a pig in a poke. Given the urgency of the matter, these corporations have scheduled a meeting in the Bahamas which will include representatives from Exxon Mobil, Halliburton, Merck Pharmaceuticals, and Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in which they will discuss new procedures to ensure that the next president they install meets minimal intellectual standards while still being able to faithfully follow orders without question.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Erika said...

As long as Americans are more interested in American Idol, corporate media can continue their scam.

5:22 PM  
Anonymous pinko said...

"Meets minimum intellectual standards while still being able to faithfully follow orders without question." - so, we're talking about Fred Thompson, right? He reminds them of Ronnie.

6:15 PM  

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