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Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Al Qaqaa

ScrappleFace reports President Saddam Hussein's horrified reaction to news of a missing weapons cache.

When Iraqi military interrogators informed the imprisoned Saddam Hussein that 377 tons of explosives had disappeared from a huge weapons storage facility, the former Iraqi president expressed concern that the extremely powerful chemical agents might "fall into the wrong hands."

His remarks bolstered claims by Democrat presidential candidate John Forbes Kerry that President George Bush had made a "great blunder" by failing to secure the weapons cache at Al Qaqaa.

"When Al Qaqaa was under Saddam Hussein's control, inventory management was efficient and reliable, and Americans could sleep at night," said Mr. Kerry, who is also a U.S. Senator. "But once these weapons of nearly mass destruction (WNMD) came under the care of George W. Bush, they vanished. And who knows what kind of crazed, America-hating killers have them now?"

/satirical intervention (and it cannot really be called Al Qaqaa... that's part of the joke, right?).

Posted by Ghost of a flea on October 26, 2004 | Permalink


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