Indiana – Local man Rodney, from Indianapolis launched an airline company this week called “Bailout Flights”. The mission of Bailout Flights is to collect a portion of the $54 billion of bailout money going to the airline industry. Rodney spoke on record stating how he is confident Bailout Flights will collect at least $10 million dollars.
“I’m pretty darn sure Bailout Flights will be able to collect at least $10 million dollars from the government,” Rodney stated. “You see, the government isn’t very smart. I highly doubt those government â€˜officials’ will even check to see how long Bailout Flights has been in business.
Rodney isn’t alone in this entrepreneurial venture. There have been 25 new airline companies started in the past week and over 50 cruise ship companies. Half of these companies are headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida and the other half in Bermuda.
“I’m in the process of launching several cruise ship companies as well,” Rodney said with a capitalist smirk on his face. “I’ve already got a name picked out: The Titanic II, III and IV.”
Rodney already has plans what he wants to do with the $10 million paycheck coming in the mail. “Hookers and booze,” he says. According to Keynesian economic theory, in a downturn hookers and booze have the highest internal rate of return – proven by multiple back-testing strategies. “Every first-year economics student knows that hookers and booze have the highest rate of return in an economic downturn. These are blue chip assets,” Rodney states.