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Wednesday, 18 February 2009

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SWAT - PAKISTAN: Having sold away the safety of Swati citizens to the barbaric Taliban in a doomed-to-fail deal , Pakistani Prez talked to CNN from one of his many Swiss villas.

"You know Wolf, it's time for me to have some tuff-talk with the US. I am telling them that the only way they can win this war on terror is to buy off the Taliban. That's how our Pakistani Army-ISI nexus has been fighting this war as your allies. I am willing to strike numerous deals with all militant groups if the US will give us unconditional 'economic aid' plus ten percent", said Asif Ali Zardari (nicknamed Mr. Ten Percent for his practice of skimming 10% off every deal).

A retired US Army General said: Shades of Bush-Cheney! The more things change the more they stay the same. That's another trillion dollars flushed down the drain and no change back!

Despite publicly criticizing the deal, anonymous US sources have said that privately the US actually supports this deal because it "weeds out the good bad guys from the really bad bad guys"!!

There was no comment from the President's spokesperson other than to confirm that Mr. Obama is busy polishing his halo and working on his YES WE CAN(ADA) speech in preparation of his trip to Ottawa where he hopes those Cranky Canucks won't rip apart his Buy America Trade clause.

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