The Reverend T. J. McCorkle, controversial pastor of a small Evangelical church in North Carolina, has told the local Franklin Times he has been in touch with the White House and has offered to loan the government the services of his dog, Moose.
"If they can get Moose inside that there Assad's living quarters, ain't no way the man is going to stay there and then, BANG, they got him! I seen my Moose clear out an entire bar and grill in Centerville after a few Meaty Bones and raw hide strips. The dog is a killer! Whew-ee, there's nites I be thinking I'm out sleeping in the outhouse! That there Assad will be wishin he never heard of poison gas!" McCorkle hesitated and then remarked, "On the other hand, we be use to this kinda thang, you know, it ain't a whole lot of difference from Pork and sauerkraut nite at the church supper.
When a reporter from the Times asked McCorkle if he had heard back from the White House in regard to his offer, he replied, "Yep, sure did! They said thanks a million and they would think about it but they were already thinking of doing the same thang with that there Biden feller!"