Sunday, September 10, 2006

Weekend Special - Sautéed Cloves 10 September 2006

With the trail of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden said to be "stone cold", the White House is said to be considering placing the terrorist on the sides of milk cartons, with a special hotline number to call if he is sighted

In a desperate move to gain points in the polls, and after using his children in a campaign television commercial last week Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) continued his "personal life" theme, filming a new campaign ad showing how he likes to relax, with his friends , practicing hunting for WMD's

White House Press Secretary Tony Snow displayed the hand signals he uses with President Bush, that tell the President how many times to reference the Nazis or Osama bin Laden in his public speeches

Saying he has learned things over the last five-years, in his fight against global terrorism, President Bush admitted, in hindsight, it would have been better to plaster "as many flags as possible" behind him, rather then the "Mission Accomplished" banner

Former Deputy Defense Secretary, now head of the World Bank, Paul Wolfowitz is reported to be "badgering the White House about invading Iran" and offering them detailed analysis that such an offensive "would pay for itself in a matter of months"

And, the talk about possible military action against Iran has, according to sources, former New York Times reporter Judith Miller, considering returning to her old job, allegedly telling friends that she misses "hyping up White House and military spin for front page bylined articles

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Your item about Wolfowitz and less funny and more scary ... He probably has done exactly that ...

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