...and its 24-hour toll-free hotline to report any unfairness: 1-800-2-UNFAIR.
sked your boss for a raise but he said no? Best friend stole your boyfriend? Didn't get the surprise you were looking for from that Cracker Jack® box?
Then you've just become a victim of unfairness.
Every year, over 305 million Americans are victimized by some form of unfairness. At work, at school, and even in the home.
Don't become another statistic.
If you feel that you or someone you know is the victim of unfairness, report it to the U.S. Department of Fairness. You don't even have to give your name if you feel that giving it wouldn't be fair.
Not only is unfairness... well, unfair, it's now against the law.
Know your rights.
Call the U.S. Department of Fairness or visit fair.gov and request your free copy of the informative booklet, "What to Do When Life Hands You Lemons and You Need the Government to Make You Lemonade."
So the next time someone asks you "who says life is fair?" tell them "the laws do now, and they're saying that it better be!"
This message brought to you by Fairness Awareness By Increments Action Network, the U.S. Commission on Balance, and the Ad Council.
Labels: anti-America liberals (BIRM), idiot liberals (BIRM), Victimhood Inc.
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