Skip to comments.Pre-Teens in Combat
Posted on 06/21/2008 9:10:09 AM PDT by joeystoy
In a dramatic report, the New York Times has uncovered a conspiracy by the United States military to conscript children.
Posing as male nannies, bow-tie wearing Republicans wisk away infants as their single mothers fulfill their dreams in exciting careers away from the drudgery of traditional home-based chores. They then force these babies into combat zones and cover up their misdeeds with the complicity of the right-wing hate media.
This conspiracy came to light in today's Times. Buried deep inside a front page story detailing how George W. Bush has personally foreclosed on millions of American homeowners in order to give their houses to Halliburton stockholders, the Times printed this seemingly innocent quote:
"Steve Allen, 51, a Vietnam veteran in Seattle, was repeatedly rejected when he and his wife, Lesa, started searching for an apartment this month. Some apartment managers said no because they had lost their home to foreclosure. Others said their credit scores were too low."
If the New York Times reporter had a calculator handy, he could have quickly determined that Mr. Allen, born in April of 1957, would have been 15 years old at the time of the Paris Peace Accords of January, 1973.
Democrats were quick to cite this disclosure as evidence of a larger, ongoing conspiracy.
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Crap! WHO TOLD????
...of course, the DemoncRATS, shall screech, "SEE! SEE! SEE! ....ITS' BUSHS' FAULT ....HE AND HIS DADDY, HAD IT PLANNED ALL ALONG!"....on the blog-sphere.
...some freepers will neglect to notice the (TOPICS) Humor.
I check that (most of the time).
“George W. Bush has personally foreclosed on millions of American homeowners in order to give their houses to Halliburton stockholders”
That line alone says enough.
Is this supposed to be satire or does it just sound like it?
You know, this satire would actually make a good commercial. Make sure it is played right after the moveon ad and everyone will see the ad for what it is.
Sadly I disagree. That would be dangerous, as many Americans recently graduated from government controlled schools, would take it at face value.
The Bush-haters would assume it is gospel truth.
*heavy sigh* You’re right.
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