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Bloggers Force Rather Into Retirement: Replacement Selected
Lex Rex ^
| Lex Rex
Posted on 11/26/2004 3:25:19 PM PST by Greek
In an effort to encourage a seamless transition between reporting styles, CBS has announced that former Information Minister to Saddam Hussein, known as "Baghdad Bob" will replace Dan Rather. CBS President Jeff Sagansky commented, "we wanted the viewers of CBS Evening News to eaze into the new anchor, and quite frankly, the timing was great for the recently unemployed minister." Although several candidates were considered for the job, Lex Rex has obtained footage of BB's screening. "He's a natural. We offered use of our forged document service to him, but he really won't need it. He's that good," stated Sagansky.
Baghdad Bob Replaces Rather
TOPICS: Humor; Miscellaneous; Politics
KEYWORDS: baghdad; rather; replacement
You may have already heard about this....
posted on 11/26/2004 3:25:19 PM PST
posted on 11/26/2004 3:43:23 PM PST
by 7.62 x 51mm
(• veni • vidi • vino • visa • "I came, I saw, I drank wine, I shopped")
posted on 11/26/2004 3:44:12 PM PST
What's the frequency, Bob?
posted on 11/26/2004 3:45:57 PM PST
LOL! Will he be any worse than Danny boy? NO! :-)
posted on 11/26/2004 3:53:13 PM PST
(Congratulations President Bush! Four more years!)
I anticipate an increase an increase in accuracy with this development :)
posted on 11/26/2004 4:50:38 PM PST
(Canceling out liberal votes since 1972.)
The level of accuracy is reflected in their new logo:
posted on 11/26/2004 6:54:42 PM PST
(The REAL story of the Pilgrims' THANKSGIVING is here: http://freedomkeys.com/thanksgiving2.htm)
posted on 11/27/2004 9:45:04 PM PST
by Paleo Conservative
(Hey! Hey! Ho! Ho! Dan Rather's got to go!)
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