Saturday, April 02, 2005

Kofi Annan resigns from UN to head up national voucher effort

The Super's Blog has received an inside tip that Kofi Annan will soon announce his resignation from the United Nations to head up the United States National School Voucher initiative. Our sources indicate that the new initiative will be called the, "Snake Oil-For-Vouchers" program.

President Annan announced that the "Snake Oil-For-Vouchers" program will closely model the highly successful oil-for-food program that resulted in so much support and help for the Iraqi people.

"Our experience and training with the oil-for-food program will transfer very nicely over to our "Snake Oil-for-Vouchers" program," stated Annan. "I am positive that America's current infatuation with using public tax dollars to fund private education and home school education will undoubtedly help poor Americans as much as the oil-for-food program helped poor people in the Middle East."

A leading voucher advocate who spoke on condition on anonymity stated, "It's a win-win situation. Kofi's son will be joining us as a consultant as well."


At Saturday, April 02, 2005, Blogger EdWonk said...

Excellent, Excellent. Take out two vipers with one post.

Does this mean that son Kojo will get another shot at a little more graft??

At Saturday, April 02, 2005, Blogger Indiana Public School Superintendent said...

Absolutely! Only the voucher advocates call it a "performance bonus!"
Kojo's mojo!

At Sunday, April 03, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, Kofi Annan is better suited to be a Public School Superintendent.

He believes in the superiority of bureaucracies, favors never making real change, wants absolute power for his institution, is convinced that talking solves all problems, has experience with curruption and wants the U.S. taxpayers to pay for everything he wants to do.

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