Newslaugh Exclusive! President Bush And Prime Minister Al-Maliki May Trade Jobs

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In this week’s free issue,, The Sanely Funny Weekly Humor Magazine, reports that, as a result of their meeting, President Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki may trade jobs.

In this week’s free issue,, The Sanely Funny Weekly Humor Magazine, reports that, as a result of their meeting, President Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki may trade jobs.

President Bush stated, “I’m very involved in the U. S. involvement in Iraq but I understand not all Americans believe we can win here. Since I know we can win, I may decide that the best way to achieve the goal is to take Prime Minister al-Maliki’s job. If I decide to go ahead with the switch, I will consider it an honor to become Iraqi Prime Minster George Bush.”

Prime Minister al-Maliki joined in, saying, “Then you can address me as American President Nouri al-Maliki. I know this proposed job switch will be a big surprise to Americans, but Prime Minister Bush and I have discussed how this might be a way to give America a President with a higher approval rating. I know language will be a problem for both of us, but I’ve been listening to Mr. Bush, and I think my mistakes in English are not that much more bad than his."

This hilarious but pointed story is only one of the many ways readers can discover “Sanity Through Laughter” by going to, created by humorist Tom Attea, which claims, “You can’t change the news but you can laugh at it.”

Other sanely funny features in this week’s free issue include:

  • Al-Qaeda In Iraq Announces New Leader. Or Do They?

  • Exactly What Does "Stand Down" Mean?
  • A Cialis A Day Keeps The Uncertainty Away
  • 100 Pounds Of Marijuana Found At Home Depot; Sold As Grass Seed
  • World Cup Thrills Most Nations; Americans Still Think Of A Cup Of Coffee
  • Bush Sets Aside Hawaii As Preserve; Inhabitants Head For California

Readers can also laugh out loud at NewsLaugh's weekly fictional spoof. This week the magazine satirizes human answers to the thorny topics of birth control and the prevention of STD’s with ab extended spoof in which Dr. Coburn shows how you can "Just Say No To Sex." Students are encouraged to bolster their willpower with “Dr. Coburn’s One Hundred Axioms Of Abstinence.” Previous installments are repeated after the latest installment for readers who may have missed one or more.

Readers may also subscribe to NewLaugh's free weekly newsletter for exclusive laughs and offers.

And readers are invited to participate in a weekly News Joke Contest. The reader who submits what is judged the funniest joked based on the news wins receives a free T-shirt.

Each week, presents humorous weekly articles under such headings as Sanely Funny Cover Story, Dreadline of the Week, Shreditorial, Washington Spin Din, Clever Monkey of the Week, and a Spoof of the Week.

About Tom Attea, humorist and creator of

Mr. Attea has had six shows produced Off-Broadway. Critics have called his comedy writing, “delightfully funny,” “witty,” with “great humor and ebullience" and "good, genuine laughs.”

He was awarded a grant as a playwright by New York’s Theater For The New City and co-wrote the first feature film Showtime produced.

He has extensive experience in news media. He wrote the recent campaign for The New York Sun, New York’s new broadsheet newspaper, “Illuminate Your World,” the classic campaign for Time Magazine, “There’s never been a greater need for understanding,” and the long-running theme for The Village Voice, “In this city, you need a Voice.” In broadcast media, he wrote the advertising that successfully introduced Lifetime television, “There’s nothing like a woman’s Lifetime,” and oversaw all the advertising for WABC TV and radio in New York.

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