Billionaires for Bush and War
For Immediate Release


VANCOUVER -- March 30, 2003 -- Billionaires for Bush and War (B4BW) were disappointed with the pro war rally that was called today at 2:00 p.m. in Vancouver. The Billionaires learned that only about 200 to 300 pro war supports gathered at the peace flame at the south end of the Burrard Street Bridge. An anticipated march along Burrard Street never materialized. The march was to wind-up at the U.S. Consulate on West Pender Street.

"We paid a lot of money to get pro war protesters out in Vancouver and hardly anybody showed up," said Lisa Likemoney, one of the Billionaires waiting for the pro war protesters to show up at the U.S. Consulate. "I flew in from my warm digs in Malibu just to be here and all I got was all wet," she said. Lisa was wearing a beautiful purple lamé gown all dry-cleaned pressed and ready to rally.

"The anti-war people got over 15 thousand protesters out at their march yesterday. What's with these Canadians? Isn't there any war supporters up here? Don't they know we own them?," said Max Profit, one of the Billionaires out at the protest today.

Despite the poor turn out, Billionaires for Bush and War remained optimistic. "I think it's great that other countries are now going to build-up lots of Nuclear Weapons and Weapons of Mass Destruction. Why should countries disarm and get the Iraqi treatment?," reasoned Max Profit.

"Countries like Iraq were in danger of disarming! The US had to attack them and show them that it was a dumb idea! Other countries – take note! Don't disarm or you'll be attacked by the United States! Stock up on Weapons of Mass Destruction now before it's too late!," Max said.

"That's GREAT for business! Our kind of business! We’re Billionaire$$$! We love you George Bu$h!" the Billionaires were heard to have said.

Vancouver's Billionaires for Bush and War was inspired by the popular Billionaires for Bush (or Gore) campaign during the U.S. 2000 presidential election.


For more information:
Lisa Likemoney, 604-506-5830,
Max Profit, 604-322-9317,

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