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Without the banner, it would be hard to tell.
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And an essay topic which explores the similarities between corn farming, nuclear weaponry, and print journalism would be a superb example of the common core standards in English that this nation desperately needs.
a little self-serving there, i notice they kept print journalism as one of the three necessary school subjects.
yes, change the banner to read RNC, and you’d barely notice the difference.
Jesus, there’s enough ideas there for a year’s worth of Nick Kristof columns.
I’ve read it through carefully several times, and I think this must be The Onion. The giveaway is “nonessential public school programs.”
Sadly if history is any judge in a decade Republicans will be agitating for 3/4ths of that 8 point plan and we’ll be looking back at The Onion as once again being a disgustingly accurate predictor of US lunacy.
(It won’t be 100% because the Onion put a truly ludicrous thing in this time to ensure that no Republican will take up the banner. No Republican is ever going to suggest raising the price of a fishing license to $140K.)
They might as more fish keep dying off.
Like in Sherwood Forest, you can’t have the “poors” getting sustenance at the expense of rich peoples hobbies.
Indeed. It will no longer be called a fishing license; it will be an Executive Fisheries Management Freedom Contract.
Signed into law as “The Right to Fish Act.”
Dammnit man, now it’s inevitable
Step One gets the Very Serious Seal of Approval.
Conservative self-parody has reached sufficient levels that it is no longer even possible to parody them.
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