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Sunday, 9 September 2007

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GOP's Save Our Skins flag hoisted today over DC

Washington DC - (Ass Mess): The GOP's Save Our Skins flag is up in DC amid frantic reports that law enforcement agencies are about to commemorate the sixth anniversary of the World Trade Center atrocity with a historic, long-awaited sting centered on the Bush Administration.

All week the CIA and FBI have held top secret meetings in anonymous rendezvous while George W Bush and entoruage were cosseted away at a series of high profile foreign policy bingefests in Iraq and Australia.

However an inevitable leak soon sprang prompting frenzied Republican contact attempts with Homeland Insecurity Department's Michael Chertoff and former CIA supremo George Tenet "to gauge WTF is going on" according to reliable DC sources this weekend.

Top of the rumor mill is a report that NATO military intelligence has finally OK'd the handover of a June 2000 videotape showing Bill Clinton, Al Gore and Sandy Berger closeted with George W Bush, Dick Cheney and Colon Bowel in a Montana underground facility discussion bi-partisan co-operation ahead of a guaranteed "Osama Bin Ladin"-billed attack on New York the following year.

"It ain't lookin' pretty for this Tuesday's sixth anniversary," a top National Security Agency source confirmed today after final talks with UN Security Council members.

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