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Topics: George W. Bush, Iraq

Thursday, 5 February 2004

President George W. Bush has devised a way to prove to the world that Saddam Hussein could have hidden Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq that still have haven't been found. In a speech this morning at the National Prayer Breakfast the President announced that he is going to bury Former Chief Weapons Inspector David Kay secretly in the vast Iraqi desert and challenge reporters to find him.

"Folks have been saying that there are no weapons out there. God, that pisses me off...uh, excuse my French," Bush told the interdenominational gathering of clerics, "Well, this is a way to show everyone that there could be weapons buried in Iraq. In a way, just by burying that little shit David Kay...uh, my French again, excuse me, we would actually prove that there are weapons out there. that guy is a time bomb. Get it? Time bomb? Weapons? Pretty funny, huh?"

" It solves a whole issue of problems," explained unnamed White House source Wegman (Pudgy) Waterhouse, " First, we prove that there could be weapons in the desert, especially if no ever finds David Kay again. Second, we get rid of David and believe me, we've been looking for a way to do that for a couple of weeks now. We'd also like to bury John Kerry but he's onto us."

British Prime Minister Tony Blair has endorsed the idea, saying he's going to bury the entire BBC, but not in the Iraqi desert. "Mr. Blair plans a burial at sea in honor the great Naval tradition of the United Kingdom," said a Downing Street spokesman, " plus, it will a bit more difficult, given currents and things to ever find them again. In a desert situation the nasty little buggers could dig themselves out and find their way back and we can't have that."

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