Friday, October 27, 2006

The Waitress, the Maid and the Candidate - "President Bush was asked this week about how the Iraq war has lasted nearly as long as the U.S. involvement in World War II.'This is a different kind of war than a war against the fascists in World War II,' he answered. 'We were facing a nation-state --,' He stopped and quickly corrected himself: 'Two nation-states.' Then he tried again: 'Three nation-states in World War II.'Don't forget the junior Axis members, Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania!"

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