More than 300 strong army rats attacked white house on Saturday. Chief of rat's army staff General Long-Tail immediately held a press conference after full invasion of white house early in the morning on Sunday.
General Long-Tail addressed the audience over a Micro Phone. He did not show his presence. He was addressing some where from the white house.
He said "I invaded white house after receiving a written request from Mrs. Chaney". His representative Mr. Tough-Teeth showed a letter to the audience that he claimed was received from Mrs. Chaney.
According to Long-Tail, 'Mrs. Chaney is his girl friend' and he will never allow any one including Mr. Chaney to threaten her of a pre-emptive strike.
He claimed "Mr. Chaney had threatened her of pre-emptive strike over a dispute of long boots". The boots were gifted from Chavez to Mrs. Chaney but Mr. Chaney was insisting that he deserved long boots not Mrs. Chaney. After, Mrs. Chaney rejected completely the request of her husband; Mr. Chaney reacted harshly and threatened her wife of a Pre-emptive strike".
"Mrs. Chaney immediately called her boyfriend and I am here to serve my girl" said Long-Tail.
"I am here and I will not leave the white house until Congress does not pass a resolution condemning Chaney" Long-Tail declared, "and the Long boots are not handed over honorably to Mrs. Chaney".
"We are the guests of Mrs. Chaney, we are here on a mission and we will stay the course until internal disputes are not over" Long-Tail concluded, "We are the rats of God".
"I know you don't like me but how much you don't like me is nothing in comparison to how much I like Mrs. Chaney" Long-Tail muttered, "I can never forget the moment when Mrs. Chaney Kissed me…Oh my God..It was so strange".
Long-Tail informed that Mr. Bush is resting and happy. He further informed that Mr. Bush has taken two baths since invasion. He said "I repeat that I hereby allow Mr. Bush to command Iraq as usual".
Mr. Long-Tail did not allow question and answer session.
White House spokesperson could not be contacted as yet.
Further progress will be updated as arrived.
Duck News Agency-White House Correspondent. Oct. 17, 2007.