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Tuesday, 31 August 2010

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The perfect couple to lead Iraq out of it's political "black hole!"

With the US invasion forces leaving Iraq and virtually achieving sod all, Iraq have now been left with a political "black hole"!

The Iraq population were asked in a referendum who they would love to have leading the country out of their misery and a resounding majority came up with the following, very surprising answer, yes George Bush and as his vice, the one and only Tony Blair!

It was a close race and following in third and fourth place was, you guessed, Saddam Hussein (unfortunately not available, he hung around too long) and merry old Bin Laden (also not available in person, but does freqeuntly send his suicidal worshippers in for a quick piece of the bloody action and a free trip to the "Great One").

George was very honoured to be chosen as Nr.1 candidate especially with his old chum Tony by his side, but sadly had to reject the position because he is too busy in his new job, sweeping the floors in a straight jacket at the local Cuckoo's Nest!

As for the other candidates, no go!

The world will just watch with interest as the "headless chicken" state of Iraq continues to destroy itself and the US Imperial forces search for another target in their mission to rule the world, North Korea or Iran seem a pretty good place to continue!

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