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Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Hello, Is This Thing On?

Two things coming out of Iraq makes The Peach want to bang its fuzzy head against the wall.

First, Iraqi leaders are now acknowledging that a nationwide election is impossible. Apparently, some of the country is just too dangerous for voting (well, duh). The Iraqi foreign minister, Hoshyar Zebari, told an Egyptian newspaper that voting could probably be held in 14 of the 18 provinces. The Peach wonders if Bush goes for this maybe in the next election we can consider excluding some red states from voting because they're too backwards?

The second thing is that the search for WMD's had been secretly abandoned before Christmas. The administration stated that the September 30th report made by Charles Duelfer, which said (hold on to your seats) no weapons would be found, would stand.

The Peach has it on good authority that the reason the search ended before Christmas was because those agents were reassigned to search for Santa Claus' north pole home. It seems Bush was concerned about having some mysterious fat guy in a red suit flying through White House air space, you know with all the terrorist activity going on and stuff. They just wanted to perform a little un-Geneva interrogation. That's all.


At 8:53 PM, Blogger taters said...

I guess they've been home for close to a month. Funny how the story
just broke.

At 8:57 PM, Blogger taters said...

There's a forum at the Boston Herald if you ever wanna argue with the uber right. Rapturist/homophobes and the like. They are there.
Gotta go smavck some around, see ya. Go to TalkBack, register then go to General Election. It sounds harder than it is, only takes a minute. Thanks for the Peach!

At 8:58 PM, Blogger taters said...


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