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Colonel Panic
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Icon 3 posted January 14, 2007 14:42      Profile for Colonel Panic         Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
President Bush has invited anybody who is critical of his latest sche---, uh, plan to propose a better one.

I think that's a great idea! Why criticise an idea, when it looks pretty easy to come up with something better? So in the interest of aplogies and truce, and Bush's latest invitation, what's your idea?

Here's my multi-step plan.

1. True Accountability, Part I: Parachute Bush, Cheney, Rice, Rummy and Gonzolez into the Sunni Triangle -- no military escort, no secret service. Let's see about those "Mission Accomplished" and "Roses and Candy Greeting" promises are true. If they're not, well that's the accountability part.

Of course, if Bush and Cheney don't survive long, then Nancy Pelosi becomes President. Now, I understand that many conservative people are afraid that Nancy will "turn the entire country into San Franciso!" I'll forget the "code" issues here and address this practically. San Franciso has some of the highest property values in the world, and one of the highest median incomes in the nation! Plus, there are so many great views! The money we'll make by turning the entire nation into San Franciso will be enough to pay for the war and the national debt and enoug left over to eat at Limon, Restaurant Lulu, Restaurant Gry Danko. Think about it. Wow!

2. True Accountability Part II: A corallary to the "you break it, you bought it" principle; we'll have a USA National Referendum for the war. Only in this referendum, your "YES" vote is tied to paying for it, and serving in it. I don't know what an army made up of wealthy retirees from Pheonix and Boca Raton will do in Iraq, but think of all the young lives and tax dollars we'll save.

3. Strategic Retreat: I've heard that doing so will create a haven for terrorists -- apparently this is different than the one Bush/Cheney/Rice have created in the Pakistani mountains for Osama and the Taliban. My understanding, though is the terrain is flatter in Iraq and easier to bomb. So once all the terrorists flock to Iraq, then we ...

4. Nuke 'em: The only thing downwind is Iraq and Afghanistan.

The sky is the limit, Geeks! At $380 Billion and rising, we could afford to buy everyone top-end macs and software -- so come on and let's help the President!

Colonel Panic

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garlicguy

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Icon 1 posted January 14, 2007 17:41      Profile for garlicguy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
This could work. Have you sent it to the White House yet, or can we just assume they'll already know about it through normal "covert" operations which include monitoring GC? [Wink]

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TheMoMan
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Icon 1 posted January 14, 2007 17:56      Profile for TheMoMan         Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
CP & GG ________________________You know that I have been taking notes on your activities.

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Astronomer Jedi
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Icon 1 posted January 14, 2007 18:11      Profile for Astronomer Jedi   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
lets make it an international conspiracy...is there room for Mr. Howard on the delivery aircraft?

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