Thursday, March 22, 2012

The Market Will Care For You

Sing Along With Laurie #3

This song will teach kids why we should get rid of government regulations and let the free market take care of everything, just like Ron Paul says. So sing along!


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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

D-E-P-O-R-T

Sing Along With Laurie #2

Here's a great sing along song to teach your kids everything they need to know to fit in with the new Republican-backed immigration laws. Just make sure you have your papers ready!


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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Sing Along With Laurie #1

I Want To be A Janitor

Richieville is proud to announce our newest venture - children's programming! Here's the first installment of, "Sing Along With Laurie." This song is inspired by Newt Gingrich's call for poor kids to go to work as janitors. It's sure to teach your kids all about the Republican work ethic, which is, let other people do the work. 

So come along and sing along!



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Friday, February 17, 2012

Aspirin Between The Knees Still Covered

Catholic Groups Stop Paying Women
Cite Religious Freedom

Richieville News Service - WASHINGTON, D.C. 
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops announced a new policy today under which Catholic organizations, including schools, universities and hospitals, would no longer pay their female employees. 

"We realized we were being inconsistent," said Bishop Charles Francis Xavier. "We said we wouldn't pay for a woman's health insurance because she might use it to get birth control. But meanwhile we're paying her wages and she might use her pay to get birth control. I mean, what's the difference? So we decided we better not give women any money because you never know what they're going to do with it."

The Bishops had considered another option, requiring all female employees to pledge that they would never use birth control under peril of their immortal souls. But Bishop Xavier said that idea was quickly discarded. "We already tried it with Catholics," he explained, "and you see how badly that turned out."

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