Bush: Republicans Pose Grave Threat

Funny story written by Felix Minderbinder

Wednesday, 24 October 2007

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WASHINGTON (FMLiveWire) - Republicans pose a major threat to world peace says US President George W. Bush in a frank interview with FMLiveWire.

"The world is confronted by rich, corrupt, political slime like myself, Dick Cheney and our cronies," said Bush. "We represent the ruthless, dying and totally bankrupt American empire allied with Britain and Israel, and no one is safe from us."

"The USA is busy destroying the western world's financial system having sold toxic bonds based on worthless subprime US loans and OTC derivatives. We are trillions in debt and we are now devaluing the US dollar and US treasury bonds to zero in order to destroy that debt. This mess is just getting underway and will destroy many banks and bring down many governments."

"Meanwhile, we have trillions of dollars of military hardware to play with which we are using to grab oil in illegal wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Our idiot allies in Britain, France, Canada, and Japan are backing us up as we murder hundreds of thousands of innocent people in our demonic enterprise."

"We continue to prop up the Israeli government so it can continue to oppress Palestinians and steal their land. Together, we threaten Iran with war so that we can grab their oil too. No one is safe from our rapacious dying governments."

Holding his nose, Bush concluded, "The stench and corruption of Republicans and our Zionist neoconservative allies is truly unbelieveable."

"The threat is not from Iran, it is from warmongering freaks like us."

--Copyright Felix Minderbinder Live Wire

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