Fake New York Times

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The Iraq and Afghanistan wars are over, if you can believe a fake copy of the New York Times circulating around Manhattan today.
The paper was allegedly printed by the parodists "The Yes Men," who are responsible for myriad politically-oriented pranks that were the subject of a major film.
Articles in the paper announce dozens of new initiatives including the
establishment of national health care, the abolition of corporate
lobbying, a maximum wage for C.E.O.s, and, of course, the end of the

The paper, an exact replica of The New York Times, includes
International, National, New York, and Business sections, as well as
editorials, corrections, and a number of advertisements, including a
recall notice for all cars that run on gasoline. There is also a
timeline describing the gains brought about by eight months of
progressive support and pressure, culminating in President Obama's "Yes
we REALLY can" speech. (The paper is post-dated July 4, 2009.)


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