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Monday, October 03, 2005

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 Help Trent Lott!

A special message from Max Affluence, billionaire:

Fellow plunderers,

In between writing the country's energy policy, privatizing Iraq, starving government, and shredding environmental regulations, it has been a busy year for us since the re-coronation of ol' W.

Brushing aside a few scandals (Karl Rove Is Not A Traitor!), indictments (Delay Is Innocent!), and memos (Downing St. What?), things have been going well. The number of Americans living in poverty rose 12.7% last year; that's 1.1 million more people joining the ranks of the have-nots! As we always say, it's a class war-- and
we're winning!

But it's not all no-bid contracts and Ferragamo shoes. Thanks to Hurricane Katrina, the deep economic divide we've worked so hard to create in America has come under uncomfortable scrutiny. The President's poll numbers are down to record lows, and we were just getting ready to shove through Congress the permanent repeal of the dynasty tax, finally freeing millionaires from supporting social programs we don't need like Medicaid, veterans' benefits, student grants. Sure, infrastructure like roads will suffer, but hey, we can always buy more helicopters.

If the majority have their way, we could see a rebirth of quaint yet dangerous notions like the common good, equality and "fair play".

My fellow billionaires, it's time to rally! We must rebuild Trent Lott's house!

I know you were as shocked and dismayed as I was to hear the news from the Gulf Coast: Senator Trent Lott lost his entire multi-million dollar waterfront mansion to Hurricane Katrina. The storm spared nothing: Trent's yachts, the magnolia grove, even his life-size statue of Strom Thurmond... all gone.

Even knowing that he qualifies for $250,000 through the FEMA flood insurance plan, I couldn't help but choke back tears. We billionaires looked to the President for leadership, and he came through for us with rebuilding contracts worth billions of tax dollars for our corporate friends, and healing words for the nation:

"Out of the rubbles of Trent Lott's house -- the guy lost his entire house -- there's going to be a fantastic house. I look forward to sitting on the porch." ~ George W. Bush, Sept 2, 2005

The President has made his priorities clear. Help him spread the word, and donate to the Billionaires for Bush "Rebuild Trent Lott's House" Fund.

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