Saturday, April 21, 2012

Satire on Colombian prostitute scandal and U.S. secret service

Warning: Satire!

The Colombian branch of the International Alliance of Professional Escorts has downgraded the U.S. credit rating from AAA to B. The group claims that U.S. secret service personnel short changed some of their members.

In a shocking incident the group claims that a U.S. agent paid only 30 dollars for a service that normally costs 800 dollars. A statement from the group said: “members should be aware that doing business with the government of the United States carries with it a significant risk.”“We are urging our members to avoid conducting transactions with the United States and to focus on more reliable customers, like the International Monetary Fund,”

There is a sunny side to the incident. Enlistment offices of the U.S. Secret Service report that applications for employment are up 5000 per cent this week. Rumour is that Newt Gingrich who dropped out of the presidential race is one of the applicants. For more see this site for the Borowitz Report.

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