BOMB IRAQ (Just a little song) : LUSENET : Beyond the Sidewalks : One Thread

Tune: If You're Happy and You Know it, Clap Your Hands

If we cannot find Osama, bomb Iraq. If the markets hurt your Mama, bomb Iraq. If the terrorists are Saudi And the bank takes back your Audi And the TV shows are bawdy, bomb Iraq.

If the corporate scandal's growin', bomb Iraq. And your ties to them are showin', bomb Iraq. If the smoking gun ain't smokin' We don't care, and we're not jokin'. That Saddam will soon be croakin', bomb Iraq.

Even if we have no allies, bomb Iraq. From the sand dunes to the valleys, bomb Iraq. So to hell with the inspections; Let's look tough for the elections, Close your mind and take directions, bomb Iraq.

While the globe is slowly warming, bomb Iraq. Yay! the clouds of war are storming, bomb Iraq. If the ozone hole is growing, Some things we prefer not knowing. (Though our ignorance is showing), bomb Iraq.

So here's one for dear old daddy, bomb Iraq, From his favorite little laddy, bomb Iraq. Saying no would look like treason. It's the Hussein hunting season. Even if we have no reason, bomb Iraq.

-- Anonymous, November 27, 2002


Catchy little tune there, E.M. The whole damn (oops!) situation is soooo frustrating!!!! AND...while the American public is distracted thinking about an upcoming Iraqi war and holiday stuff, why not relax the air pollution controls on the coal plants and let the loggers cut down the national forests. Wonder what else is on Bush's "things to do" list???

-- Anonymous, November 27, 2002

Our president is not the only brilliant person in Washington:

(from ABC newsonline)

Friday, June 7, 2002. Posted: 12:16:11 (AEDT)

Rumsfeld baffles press with 'unknown unknowns'

The United States Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, has baffled journalists in Brussels by explaining the greatest threat to Western civilisation may lurk in what he has termed "unknown unknowns".

Mr Rumsfeld says he told a meeting of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) defence ministers that even US intelligence agencies can often only see the tip of the iceberg when looking for terrorist threats.

But this is how he explained it at a media conference.

"There are no knowns," Mr Rumsfeld.

"There are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns - that is to say, there are things that we now know we don't know but there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we do not know we don't know," Mr Rumsfeld said.

"So when we do the best we can and we pull all this information together, and we then say well that's basically what we see as the situation, that is really only the known knowns and the known unknowns.

"And each year we discover a few more of those unknown unknowns."

-- Anonymous, December 17, 2002

What a buncha gobbledygook! I wonder if he practiced that ahead of time. . .

-- Anonymous, December 17, 2002

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