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Jewish World Review
Oct 20, 2011
/ 22 Tishrei, 5772
And now for the important news ....
The Occupy Wall Street protesters were endorsed by President Obama Sunday. They also picked up the support from the American Nazi Party, the Socialist Party and the Communist Party USA. However, the Procrastination Party is taking a wait-and-see attitude.
Wall Street protesters reported that thieves are stealing their cellphones and iPads and laptops and cash as they sit in the park. It was a lesson for the young protesters to learn. They were all for social justice until somebody poorer than them wanted their stuff.
The USDA tried to limit potatoes in the federal school lunch program Monday, which prompted swift Senate opposition from the potato states. The healthy foods are not a hit. Kids are refusing to eat the broccoli and apples, causing a landfill crisis in many cities.
Martin Luther King's statue was dedicated in Washington D.C. Sunday. Critics of the Chinese sculptor's work say the statue makes King look angry and Asian. It originally had him smiling but then he heard that a black conservative's leading the Republican polls.
Hillary Clinton told the Today Show she can't wait to step down as Secretary of State and return to private life. She said she wants to spend more time with her husband. Her husband promptly sent her a text from Los Angeles telling her that her country needs her.
The Nobel Prize Committee in Oslo awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics last week to two U.S. professors of economics at New York University and Princeton. It's a brutal science. They recommended that those hit hardest by the recession should consider dying.
IMF former president Dominique Strauss-Kahn reportedly used a French policeman to procure prostitutes for him in Paris and New York. The cop gave the hookers specific instructions. They got an extra two hundred dollars if they'd don a maid's outfit and resist.
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