Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Empty Threats: Are They Half Empty Or Half Full?

“A traitor is everyone who does not agree with me.”
—George III

Iranian President, Mahmood Ahmadinejad dropped by the Whitehouse during a press conference this morning. President Bush was surprised no more than Vice President Cheney when Ahmadinejad asked what Bush meant when he said, “From now on, underwear will be worn on the outside.”

Bush obviously flustered and surprised, hesitated for a moment, then said. “I never said that.”

“Aha!” rejoined Ahmadinejad, “Then you have been furnishing atomic weapons to Israel! What are their peaceful purposes for these WMDs? I thought you said that every country has a right to defend itself. That's all we want to do, O ye of little faith.”

“Well you’ve got to show us the Nuke-u-lar weapons you don't have,” said Bush.

Ahmadinejad turned out his pockets, pulled down his pants and said, “There, I don’t have any.”

”You’re lying,” said Bush. “Everyone knows you've got ’em. We sold hundreds of WMDs to the Shah. You’re working on enriching uranium. You gotta cut that out or we invade next week!”

“Mission accomplished.” said Ahmadinejad running across the White House lawn, “Woo, woo! See ya next week!”

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