Jewish World Review Sept. 22, 2005 / 18 Elul, 5765
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
Cleveland Clinic said Monday its surgeons will attempt the
first face transplant operation ever. They should have kept quiet.
Deserving patients will get bumped off the list when Jerry Jones
or Joan Rivers claim to be Hurricane Katrina victims.
John McCain called for canceling the seven-hundred-billion-
dollar Medicare prescription drug program to pay for disaster
relief. What a great idea. If they cancel the Medicare
prescription drug program, Hurricane Katrina will be a net profit.
Bill Clinton told NBC's Tim Russert Sunday that Hillary
should not pledge to serve a full six-year term during next year's
Senate race. He doesn't want her to lie to the voters to win an
election. You know what they say, those who cannot do, teach.
Hillary Clinton hosted New York Farm Day Tuesday in a caucus
room on Capitol Hill. They turned it into an indoor country fair.
The voters in Iowa will be pleased to hear that Hillary lasted
twelve seconds on the mechanical price supports.
Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards announced a
plan on Monday to relocate poor people into middle-class
neighborhoods nationwide. You will hear more about his plan soon.
It is next month's cover story in Career Suicide magazine.
Congress issued a report Monday calling for more oversight of windfarms. The report says the windmills may produce electricity but they are chopping up birds like a Cuisinart. The birds just got together and voted unanimously for refinery emissions.
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