Socialist Workers Organization Suspected Of Disorganization, Unemployment

A pending investigation may reveal that local members of the International Socialist Organization are actually disorganized and unemployed. The group, although capable of staging militant uprisings of anywhere between eight and twelve people, has had no noticeable effect on the international free trade market. Doubts have also been raised whether any of the group members are employed and can be called “socialist workers”. Group spokesperson Gary Marcos disagrees. “I toiled under the brutal fist of Starbucks Coffee for two months before my corporate pig manager fired me for being late. I have felt the pain of the proletariat. Workers unite!” In related news, capitalist bastards enjoyed record profits and a surging market.