President George Bush has finally admitted that Iraq was the wrong war and blamed his spell checker for the mix up. Blushing thoroughly, George Bush admitted that his intention was to attack Iran but his word processor inadvertently typed Iraq instead of Iran on the executive order."It was just a simple mistake" said Bush, "it could happen to anyone."
This admission should finally lay to rest questions about the rationale of the war. War critics have always wondered by Bush picked on Iraq when it's next-door neighbor Iran with its near complete nuclear program, posed a bigger threat to the United States.
President Bush placed all blame on Microsoft Inc, which he said had put faulty spell checkers on their popular MS Word program.
" How is a simple country fella like me supposed to know the difference between Iran and Iraq? Asked the president ‘ the program should have a warning prompt that says ‘Do you really want to attack Iraq?' and if I click ok it should bring another prompt ‘Don't you want to check this decision with your brain next door?'
The president said that the slides and photos presented by former secretary of state Collin Powell showing weapons of mass destruction were correct if applied to Iran.
The president added that his newly nominated secretary of state Condoleza Rice would return to make the same speech in the United Nations and only replace the word Iraq with Iran.
Asked by reporters what would be the fate of the now troubled Iraq the president said that he was planning to have a kiss-and make-up party for saddam Hussein at the rose garden in the white house. Bush said that America was planning to oust current Iraqi Prime Minister Allawi and reinstate Saddam
‘We will need all the support we can get so there is need to have an ally in Iraq and we think saddam is that ally.
And on whether he would be able to garner enough partners for his new venture into Iran, president Bush said that America would be willing to go it alone if other nations were not willing to be party to the invasion of Iran.
The president also alluded to a link between Iran and terrorisms and said that CIA had pretty specific information that terror mastermind Osama Bin Laden's boxer shorts were manufactured in Iran. Bush said that such counted as ‘providing logistical support to the enemy' and hence warranted a regime change in Iran.
The president however refused to divulge how the CIA came to have such information on Laden's underwear and only said that a CIA under-the-covers agent had provided the tip.