July 06, 2005

PGHA: Exit Strategies

In keeping with true muckadoo traditions, the lefties are parroting their favorite phrase over and over. "EXIT STRATEGY". All they seem to be able to talk about is how Bush needs an 'Exit Strategy for Iraq." They've even got some of the terrorists themselves talking about it.

Well, I would just like to return the favor.

Mr. Kennedy, remember to always have an Exit Strategy whenever you go out driving. Especially over water.

Ms. Pelosi, did you have an Exit Strategy set up when you started your face-lifts?

Mr. Kerry, I'm sure you don't need to be reminded to have an Exit Strategy whenever you get married.

Maybe you could give Hillary some advice on an Exit Strategy for her marriage.

I know Bill has never had a problem with the Exit Strategy for his pants.

And to How-weird Dean, make sure you have an Exit Strategy when you start screaming. You never know where one of your outbursts can take you.

I'm sure Bin Laden would have liked to have had an Exit Strategy for getting out of his cave.

Apparently, Mr. Chiraq had an Exit Strategy for the negotiations to host the 2012 Olympics. Too bad it was the wrong one.

And just a note to all of the terrorists out there. Next time, make sure you have an Exit Strategy planned before you tick off the most powerful nation the world has ever seen. (One involving leaving the surface of the Earth in one form or another would be good.)

Posted by GEBIV at July 6, 2005 09:09 PM | TrackBack

The conservative element is doing it's level best to insure that we are no longer the most powerful nation the world has ever seen.

Choosing such rhetoric says a good deal more about you than you are aware.

Due to horrific Reaganesque "trickle down" policies, the good ole USA will soon become much like Russia is today... militarily powerful but an economic basketcase.

But you can do your part to save old Glory. You can show your patriotism, as I'm sure you will.

Vote liberal Democrat.

Time to start being a real American and grow up.

Posted by: Mark Spangler at July 7, 2005 03:15 PM


Nice satire, Mark! :-)

Posted by: Harvey at July 8, 2005 08:09 PM
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