Occupy Camp David G8 editorial cartoon and Top 10 Spend vs. Austerity jokes

“The Photo-op moments at the Camp David G8 Summit are sponsored by Eastman Kodak … because nothing captures great moments of the past quite like a great American corporation under Chapter 11.” — Yasha Harari

“Top 10 Spend vs. Austerity jokes”
10. President Obama is pulling out all the stops to remind leaders gathered at Camp David for the 2012 G8 Summit that there’s no such thing as a free lunch, even if it’s just a Greek Gyro.
9. Chancellor Merkel of Germany is standing up for austerity in tough economic times, despite being a one man team without a man on it.
8. President Obama believes that the best way for France and America to maintain strong ties is to trade baguettes, brie and berets, for deficits, dollars and debt.
7. President Hollande of France believes that the best way to grow the economy is to do exactly what America is doing … increase the debt to the point of no Return On Investment.
6. The EU may be falling apart, but at least for the G8 leaders, it’s fun to Spring at Camp David with the husband of Michelle Obama.
5. President Obama wanted to show Chancellor Merkel that he’s not entirely against fiscal responsibility, so he sent out the invitations to the G8 Summit on facebook.
4. Google may sue the G8 for using their trademark G.
3. The G8 Summit at Camp David was the perfect setting for the Occupy protesters to camp out in tents and protest politicians slumming it in five-star cabins.
2. Tweet leaked comment overheard at the 2012 Camp David G8 Summit: “We have all the money, the mints, and the munitions, so we should be fine, even if we have to placate Angela’s monastery policy.”
… and the #1 Spend vs. Austerity joke is:
1. Despite her protestations to the contrary, the German Bundestag has budgeted an undisclosed amount of money for plastic surgery to improve their Chancellor’s image.
Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.