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Topics: John McCain, Iran, War, Bombs, WMD

Friday, 18 July 2008

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Top CIA official code name "Bubbles" seen leaving McCains house in the early hours

Desperate republican hopeful senator John McCain has come forward with a 'Dodgy looking' dossier of what he claimed were CIA documents showing that "Iran could wield weapons of mass destruction in only 22.5 minutes that's half the time it took Sadam Hussein."

Said John after a few drinks, "My top CIA man assures me that Iran has the capacity to deploy weapons of mas destrution and will use it to push up the price of bananas would wide"

After reviewing the documents myself I could not understand there meaning, I commented it looked like a monkey had taken a dump on the pages and rubbed it around, John reassured me "That is just technical code writing, have no fear I can read what they say"

After another 2 bottles of scotch some amazing revelations came out of the conversation "I can see that if that soft hearted wussie by Obama get's into office that he would do nothing but "talk" and "negotiate" and offer them "aid" and "friendship". What a load of pathetic tripe, we need to bomb them into submission like those dirty Iraqi dogs." said john."If the WMD thing worked for Georgey boy then I'm in with a shot after this"

24hrs later when he was nearly sober John McCain denied some of his rant, claiming he had never talked about Obama being a wuss.

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