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New York, NY (PRWEB) March 5, 2007 -- In its March fiction feature,, The Sanely Funny Humor Magazine, reveals "U. S. Seniors Retiring to Iraq; Say That's Where The Medicare Money Is."

Go to NewsLaugh.Com for the complete article. Here's a brief excerpt:

"U. S. senior citizens, noting President Bush's new budget, which calls for billions to be spent in Iraq while billions are cut from Medicare, are foregoing traditional retirement destinations like Florida and Arizona and opting for Iraq.

"The budget numbers reflect a convincing coincidence. Bush's plan calls for $100 billion more for Iraq and $100 billion in cuts for Medicare.

"Following up on the new retirement trend, we went to Kennedy Airport and caught up with some seniors who were booked for Baghdad.

"Excuse me," I asked a group of seniors who just stepped off the bus in front of Saudi Arabian Airlines. "I understand you're all heading for Iraq?"

"That's right," a man in Bermuda shorts replied, and reached into his golf bag. He took out a chapeau in the usual mullah fashion. "Got my black turban right here. You know what they say? When in Baghdad, do as the Iraqis do."

Other sanely funny satires in this month's free issue include:

* Dick Cheney's Wartime Orphanage - Our Spoof of the Month!

* Ahmadinejad Defends Iran's "Inalienable Right" To Become A Nuclear Target

* A Religion In Need Of Redemption

* The Story Of Three Blonde Mice

* Venezuela Becomes Leading Arms Purchaser; Hugo Chavez Now Looks Like King Crab

* Good News! George Bush May Run For Third Term

* Male Frogs Becoming Female; Female Frogs Object

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

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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