When Obama's President, We're Bombing Australia
Aussie prime minister John Howard isn't falling for that Iran stuff -- he knows the actual leader of the Iraqi insurgency is Barack Obama. The Australian cretin chose the day after Obama's announcement to make the asinine comments on TV.
"If I was running al-Qaeda in Iraq, I would put a circle around March 2008 and pray, as many times as possible, for a victory not only for Obama, but also for the Democrats," said the mouth-breathing prime minister. Yes, keep drawing circles around "March 2008" and we'll go ahead and have our election in November.
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Is there a reason Howard's so upset about Barry, considering that all the Democrats running for president are running against the Iraq War -- including the usually bloodthirsty but ever-adaptable Hillary. Not even Republicans are in line with Bush's crazy bullshit these days.
One reason might be that Howard noticed Barry's complexion; John Howard's government doesn't care much for the dark-skinned folk -- especially dark-skinned Muslim folk, and we all know Barry was raised in a madrassa by his mom, Mama bin Laden.
John Howard's not exactly a smarty jones. Luckily for Australia, his seemingly endless time in office will likely end later this year when national elections are held, well before "March 2008."
Otherwise, President Obama would surely return Australia to its dreadful days of post-apocalyptic horror -- a time of chaos, ruined dreams, this wasted land ... the time of the Road Warrior, the man we called Max.
"I think it's flattering that one of George Bush's allies on the other side of the world started attacking me the day after I announced my candidacy," Obama said about Howard's idiotic performance. "I would also note that we have close to 140,000 troops in Iraq and my understanding is Mr. Howard has deployed 1,400. So if he is ... to fight the good fight in Iraq, I would suggest that he calls up another 20,000 Australians and send them to Iraq, otherwise it's just a bunch of empty rhetoric."
PM not sorry for Obama attack [Sydney Morning Herald]