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Bush Designates USA Today "Small Business"

The Bush administration designated several large companies, including media giants USA Today and the Associated Press, as small businesses, thus inflating the administration's record for helping small companies. What do you think?
  • "There¹s no artificial inflation here. USA Today and the Associated Press really are the two smallest companies left in America."

    Darby Kreil Banquet Waiter
  • "Clearly, it was unwise to allow White House aid Gorlok The Gargantuan to differentiate small and big businesses, for, to Gorlok, all is puny!"

    Kaliel Roberts Systems Analyst
  • "Big deal. So Bush fudged some facts in order to make him look good. It's not like anybody died, um, this time."

    Thomas Brun Speech Writer

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