The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States has summoned Donald Rumsfeld and William Cohen to testify. An unnamed source in the Commission who has no relation to Unnamed White House Source Wegman (Pudgy) Waterhouse (It's his cousin Erasmus ( Stinky) Waterhouse) said, " The horrors of 9/11 are so great that the Commission felt it needed a break from reality so we called Rumsfeld to testify.
That guy always makes us laugh. Bill Cohen (former President Clinton's Secretary of Defense) has agreed to play ‘straight man' to Rumsfeld. It'll be great."
A group of Democratic Senators have sent a letter to the White House requesting that National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice testify before the Commission in public. The letter was returned as ‘Addressee Moved- Current Address Unknown'. Unnamed White House Source Wegman (Pudgy) Waterhouse, speaking on the condition of anonymity said, " We were just having a little fun with the Democrats; you know what kind of jokesters we in the White House are. Seriously though, we believe it would set a bad precedent for Condi Rice to lie, uh, testify in public. Once it's on the public record you can't change it later to suit your purposes and truth is the last thing you want in an election year."
Allegations made in a new book by Richard Clarke, former Bush anti terrorism chief, that George Bush ignored the threat of al Qaida while choosing to focus on Iraq for personal reasons. At a secret meeting of the Five Families (the Bush Family, the Cheney family, the Rumsfeld Family, the Rice Family and the Rove Family) in Washington DC's notorious Little Dallas section shortly after his inauguration as Capo de Capo, George Bush declared a Vendetta against Saddam Hussein and ordered a hit on the Iraqi leader.
Waterhouse, speaking on the condition of more anonymity said, " While we deny the existence of any organized political family, we also feel the need to deny that it was ‘personal' as Clarke suggested. It was just business. It's always just business."