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Thursday, January 19, 2017

You May Be Sad Or Laugh At It All And Hope The Best

It’s the day BEFORE and the world is waiting. Some are excited, some are not, some are sad, some are laughing at it all.
Yesterday I watched President Obama’s last press conference. In his usual reflected way he answered questions of the press. Questions, many of the American Citizens want answers to. Like a soothing father speaks to his family when they are afraid he said “We will be OK”. 

But will we?

Will persecution and rounding up of special groups in society happen? Will long-standing trade agreements be abolished? Will 30 million Americans loose their healthcare? Will America be involved in a new war?
Will women’s rights be cut down?

Questions, so many questions…..

Nobody knows the answers yet.

But the Borowitz Report has a take on what’s going on.
Sad smileAfterwards you may laugh….if you understand it.

SATIRE FROM THE BOROWITZ REPORT

MOVING VANS ARRIVE AT WHITE HOUSE TO REMOVE ALL TRACES OF COMPETENCE, DIGNITY

By Andy Borowitz
January 18, 2017

borowitz-movingvansarriveatwhitehousetoremovealltracesofcompetencedignityPHOTOGRAPH BY ALEX WONG / GETTY

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Moving vans arrived at the White House on Wednesday to remove all traces of competence and dignity.

Working around the clock, movers started clearing out the optimism and progress that had accumulated during the past eight years.

“Once we’ve packed up that stuff, we’ll start moving out the wisdom and maturity,” one of the movers said. “The guy who’s moving in wants all of that gone.”

After the movers complete their work, a cleaning crew will come in and scrub the White House of every last speck of compassion.

The movers are working under a strict deadline, since the White House needs to be totally stripped of decency by nine o’clock on Friday morning, the mover said.

“The new guy wants the place to be completely empty, ” he said. “He has a lot of crap.”

Andy Borowitz is a New York Times best-selling author and a comedian who has written for The New Yorker since 1998. He writes the Borowitz Report for newyorker.com

2 comments:

  1. Never in my life have I been ashamed to be an American.I am ashamed to be an Amerikan today !

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