The prestigious Doheny & Nesbitt School of Economics – a long-time favourite of politicians, lawyers and economists – has been hit by a devastating attack from an unforeseen quarter.
“You could say we’ve been mugged by economics,” General Manager Joe O’Brien, mused last night.
The privatisation-mad Progressive Democrat Party was founded on the premises which critics likened to North Korea, in that it was ‘neither democratic nor progressive’.
But despite the DNSE’s connections to the top economic forecasters who’ve predicted 8 out of the last 3 recessions, this time there was no warning.
“We never expected to be betrayed by the law of supply and demand,” an emotional O’Brien said, “after all we’ve done for it.”