Not Really, But Maybe - News That Hasn’t Happened Yet
Seattle (UPS) Dec. 14. Earlier this week President Elect Donald the Duck complained about the cost of new Air Force 1’s that Boeing would be selling the
even though the price had not yet been decided.
Now the White House, a wholly owned subsidiary of
announced that Boeing has agreed to a price of $1.00 for the new planes, along
with 17 packs of salted peanuts. Details
of the deal are now just emerging. Trump Towers
It seems that Boeing has just signed a deal with
Iran to sell that country $16 billion in new
planes, planes that will be made in the United
States by U.
But the deal needs approval and licenses from the new administration of
Donald the Dorkster and so apparently the soon-to-be leader of the white people
in the nation told Boeing that he might just not approve the sale. But he also told Boeing that if they sold the
the new planes for 75 cents he might consider approving the sale.
Boeing appeared to counter with an offer for $1.00 which was accepted. Boeing praised the price as being a 33.3% increase over what the government had first offered. Boeing expects to recover any loss on the transaction by a special lowered tax rate and by cutting wages and benefits. “That’s the way the system ought to work” a Boeing spokesperson said.
Trump was pleased, tweeting "I really Jewed those people down." When told that comment was offensive to almost every decent American Trump said "Not to my supporters" and went on to say he wasn't anti-Semetic, "I got me a Hebe son-in-law some Jew-baby grandkids. They love me, everytime I see them they say 'Hi Gonif'"
The right wing commentaries led by the Wall Street Journal were blistering in the condemnation of the Obama administration for extorting a great
company. The WSJ editorials accused the
Dems of communism, socialism and gangsta tactics. Upon learning that it was the Republican Trumpette
that did the deal they quickly took down their opinion pieces and praised the
incoming stooges for saving the American people tax dollars.