Ironic News - the Answers
1) October 7, 2009 - Australia Looks to US for Future Submarine Technology -
ANSWER: Will U.S. policy soon shift to IRONY procurement of non-nuclear submarines?
2) June 4, 2009 - Pam Stephenson’s law degree questioned in ex-CEO’s lawsuit
ANSWER: Stephenson, a lawyer, is only the chief executive of a not-for-profit hospital system in Atlanta. She was challenged to document her qualification for hospital CEO (a law degree?), which she satisfied. IRONY The chief executive of the U.S. (also a lawyer) has been challenged to document his qualification for presidency.
3) October 20, 2009 - 'They Tried to Steal an Election,' N.Y. Voter Fraud Case Heats Up
ANSWER: Enough forged or fraudulent ballots have been thrown out, according to records at the Rensselaer County Board of Elections in Troy, N.Y., an election official admits, to likely have tipped the November election to the Democrats.
Bertha Lewis, ACORN's CEO, is one of the Working Families Party co-founders. The New York Times reported this month that "Patrick Gaspard, the White House political director, worked with ACORN in New York to set up the Working Families political party and sat on the party's board with Ms. Lewis."
IRONY ACORN was defunded by Congress, right? WRONG, only until October 31st.