Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Happy Anniversary

[If this was the Third Galaxy, this is what you might hear from the bobble heads on the glowing screens]

Happy Anniversary!

It was five years ago today that the liberation of Wudda-Wreck began with a fantastic display of fireworks on your tee-vee screen. As the song goes:

"If there's one thing Arrogance hates,
it's dictators in oil-rich states,
we shoot them with bullets, rockets and bombs
and you get to see it on color television!"
Yes indeed, it all went so fast with the "Shock and Awe Show" that some of our advertisers were, slightly, miffed. But still, as patriotic Arrogant citizens, they were happy to see how we were greeted by the liberated people of Wudda-Wreck -- for them, the bottom line is not the most important thing!

The showers of flowers, the embraces and kisses of the liberated people!

It was so inspiring that we could accept the few incidents where some of our troops slipped and hurt themselves on the piles of rose petals they had to wade through...

Today, five years later, we see how Wudda-Wreck enjoys the benefits of Purple Finger Democracy!

Why just the other day, several members of the Wudda-Wreck government ventured outside of the Dream Zone in Bodybag to meet with Mad Kane, the Repugnant candidate for Prez. They met at an undisclosed location and talked about things we know nothing about, before he wiped the sweat from his brow and flew back to the United State of Arrogance.

We can assume they had a nice lunch because, when he returned, Mad Kane announced that things continue to improve so much in Wudda-Wreck that we may be able to withdraw our military presence there in a 100 years or even sooner if the oil runs out...

2 comments:

Jennifer said...

Hahaha! I found your blog through Common Dreams. Good stuff.

And I think you are right, if the oil runs out sooner, the rupugs will be the ones crying 'bring 'em home.'

Chuck Cliff said...

Thank you, Jennifer, for your kind comment.

Common Dreams is one of the sites I see daily.

The comment theads are, umn, a bit thin.

The best site I know, with the best threads is Moon of Alabama http://www.moonofalabama.org/

It is a follow up to Bilmon.