Save the Children Foundation Endorses Rick Santorum – Promotes New Initiative: Save the Wealthy

PALM SPRINGS, CA: The Save The Children organization, a leading charity organization to save millions of starving children around the world, endorsed Rick Santorum today. The endorsement was made at the onset of launching a new initiative, ‘Save The Wealthy.’

The aim of the new organization is to protect and serve affluent Americans at risk of having their taxes raised by Obama’s 2013 budget proposal. “Like the children of the Sahara, who have nothing, the wealthy in America will struggle if these tax hikes are passed,” said Tatum Scrooge, the President of Save The Wealthy. “They are fraught with danger at the thought of paying higher taxes. They have worked so hard, and paid so little, why should they now? Rick Santorum will put an end to any tax hike.”

Rick Santorum responded via Twitter, “I am honored to be a part of this new initiative, and I humbly accept their endorsement, and more importantly, funds for my campaign that could have been used in Africa.”

Millions of affluent voters around the country will benefit from the efforts being put in place by the Save the Wealthy organization. “We have counselors and therapists available in rich communities around the country.”

One local resident of Palm Springs, Mortimer Duke, was seated in the waiting room of an S.T.W. office. Visibly upset at the thought of paying higher taxes, he spoke to Goose reporters. “It’s been such a challenge. I had to downgrade from an S Class to an M-Class Mercedes. I felt like I was roughing it, the seats are not heated.”

He also reviewed how tax hikes would affect his home life. “I can’t manage this financial challenge anymore. I have a wife who golfs six days a week. She will have to cut back to five days. That’s another day of nagging I have to put up with! Oh the agony.”

Save The Wealthy’s endorsement of Rick Santorum is intended to end the concern affluent people have about President Obama’s tax plan. “There’s no way we can let this happen, it will be a national tragedy. Think of all the super rich consumers who keep the economy moving. Without them, we are hopeless,” said President Scrooge. When asked a follow up question about how Obama’s 2013 budget will address the national debt that spiked during George Bush’s tenure, he said. “Oh… well we blame it all on Obama, it’s easier. That way, republicans like me don’t have to take any responsibility for what happened before he came to office.”

Santorum, you’ve been Goosed!

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