In a surprise move yesterday the Bush administration has passed over the people of Iraq and has chosen The Bush Re-election Committed to lead the country. The political hand over has begun and Karl Rove has taken control. "The situation was getting out of control and we had to bring in people who could straighten it all out."said one administration insider.
The Bush Re-election Committee is known as a group that will doing absolutely anything to get the job done. "They are a hard hitting bunch of suits who know how to 'kick ass' when ass needs kicking." said one wag at the White House. "When a job needs doing they are the ones to call, nothing will keep these men from completing their task.
"This job is too important for the Pentagon." said Mr Bush. "I needed to call in the professionals."
The Committee has already started their work.
Karl Rove has relieved Paul Bremmer and taken up residence in one of Sadams Palaces and the Iraqmaier Governing Council has been rounded up and sent to live in a retirement community in central Florida. The Iraqi military has been disbanded again and local media is being closed down. Western and arab journalists are being ejected from the country.
When asked why the media wad being banned from the country an administration spokesmen replied. "The situation seems bad in Iraq because the media only tells one side of the story. The media only tells about the killings, the looting, the kidnapping, the bombings, and the murders , but never about the good things. When we control all the media will we be able to tell our side of the story."
The Bush Re-election Committee is expected to run the country with an iron fist in the name of the Bush administration. The US military presence is expected to triple in the coming days.
"This place is going to get quiet,"said Karl Rove. "We are done fooling around."