Friday, November 03, 2006

Top Ten Cloves: Surprising Things Found On “Operation Iraqi Freedom Document Portal” Website

News Item: U.S. Shuts Website Said To Reveal Nuclear Guide

10. List of CIA Covert Agents to expose, in case of trouble selling Saddam’s Nuclear Program; #1 Name on List - Valarie Plame

9. Templates, for signs, warning “Don’t Drink The Water - It’s From Halliburton”

8. Notes of discussions of what color finger-paint to use for the Iraqis who vote

7. The Saddam Hussein verdict, dated from about three-days after they captured him

6. Pre-war notes, in President Bush’s handwriting, on who to give the Medal of Freedom Award to after Baghdad falls

5. The “Comma” that President Bush is waiting to insert into Iraq’s history

4. Fun Photo Gallery of Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) and Representative Peter Hoekstra (R-MI) hunting for WMD’s

3. Hours of Audio Files, with Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, testing phrases like “Things Happen”, “Stuff Occurs”, and others

2. Extremely rare video footage of the insurgency in its’ last throes, as cited by Vice President Dick Cheney

1. File of searches on “The Google” by President Bush, and all those “I’m Feeling Lucky” hits for “WMD’s”

"Oops ... No WMD's Here ..."


Anonymous said...

Here's my theory. It's actually a clever plan to undermine North Korea's economy. Look, we were afraid Kim Jong il would sell info like this to Iran or to terrorists, rogue states and other people that Bush tells us to fear. But those bold, decisive Republicans GAVE the info away, so Kim can't sell it! Those brilliant neocons, what'll they think of next!

13909 Antiques said...

Good One gomommygo ...

It's more likely, that when we invade and occupy North Korea, the Bush Team and their Neocronies can say they found these same materials (assuming Jong does his port to translate them into Korean) to claim justification for invading and occupying North Korea and how much a bad guy Jong is ...

Thanks for the comment