Thursday, July 31, 2008

Bush Cites "Dungarees of Durability" in Iraq

President George W. Bush framed America's success in Iraq with an unusual analogy. He hailed "dungarees of durability" in security gains. Bush noted the durability of his brush cutting, Chinese made work jeans.

"They hold at bay terrorist mesquite thorns," quipped the President. "General Levi has a plan to secure the gains on behalf of the Iraqi people. It involves a draw down of troops, based on success. The time horizon is 501 days, if we continue to button-up those acid-washed terrorists in their lairs."

With Iraq won, who will George W. attack next? A rural Texas ranch, a chainsaw weilding madman...surely some victim will run out of gas and stumble across his path.