Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Bush Completes U.S. National School Voucher Institute Cabinet

On Saturday April 2, 2005, The Super's Blog revealed on this site, the hither to unknown information that President Bush was naming Kofi Annan to head up the federal voucher effort. Annan, previously known for his successful "oil for food" program at the United Nations, was touted as a logical choice for the "snake oil for vouchers" effort.

The Super has intercepted this recent draft press release that is making the rounds in the Bush administration.

Press Release:

President Bush is pleased to announce the naming of another individual to the National School Voucher Institute Cabinet. Joining Kofi Annan immediately will be Katrina. President Bush stated, "We are very happy to name Katrina to the Voucher Institute. We believe she will be very helpful in advancing our voucher efforts. If things work out, we also hope to add Rita to the cabinet as well. These two will do more for our voucher efforts than all the other efforts we have tried."

Kofi Annan stated, "Vouchers instead of food or housing is an excellent plan. I have extensive experience in similar programs. My "oil for food" program was equally excellent at providing for basic needs."

A spokesperson for the Bush administration stated that the remainder of the cabinet will be announced later this week.

3 Comments:

At Wednesday, September 21, 2005, Anonymous Anonymouse Reader said...

That one made me laugh out loud. What about appointing former FEMA director Mike Brown? Maybe then, he could put all of that horse judging experience to use?
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At Friday, September 23, 2005, Anonymous Wildcatter said...

I would like to add the name, posthumorously, Gilligan. I think that his leadership ability stands above all others. Unfortunately, with his passing, we will never know what strides he could have made in the area of promoting the federal school voucher program.

 
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