Monday, April 10, 2006

Today's Cartoon: Journalist Semour Hersh, United States Planning Nuclear Attack on Iran

Oh, I get it... Make the world think you're crazy and nobody will want to f**k with you. That seems to be approach the United States has decided to take, according to the latest issue of the "New Yorker" magazine.

If after all that has happened in Iraq, the President of the United States STILL believes in the effectiveness of "pre-emptive strikes"; then he may want to test it out in "smaller" dosages, before deciding to dust off the nukes (and possibly another World War).

In my opinion, the main problem with George W. Bush's foreign policy is that while his "intentions" may be good (hey, who doesn't love "freedom", right?) his "instincts" are REALLY bad. However, there is a way that he can work on improving this...

The next time he is at one of these "town hall" meetings, where he is surrounded by an audience; in the middle of his speech he should turn around a punch somebody in the face. It won't matter who it is because with an approval rating in the mid-30's , chances are he'll nail someone who has something against him (ex. Harry Taylor). This is known as "Low impact Pre-emptive Striking" (or "Sucker Punching")

As he gets better (and more confident) at picking out and beating down his "enemies" at "town hall meetings", he could then work his way up to larger groups and more violent methods of "pre-emption"; until he is finally ready for the big leagues again.

Remember, the more enemies you create for yourself, the easier (and more effective) "pre-emption" will become. So while attacking people at random may not seem like an effective strategy at first, soon you'll discover that the more you do it, the more you'll HAVE to do it and the more "justified" you will be in doing it ;)


Blogger Stuart Robertson said...

Hersh is playing good cop. Or whoever "leaked" the story to him is...

9:39 p.m.  

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