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Didofoot reads the news

Posted by on March 19, 2003

Yesterday, the leader of the U.K. House of Commons resigned, citing as his reason the U.K.’s continued official support of the American war on Iraq. When asked to comment, the White House Press Secretary said, “We believe that American participation in this war is vital, even as it was in WWII. This war in fact has many elements in liberty with that one. Fighting terrorism in Iraq is simply liberty sense.”

When asked why he seemed to be replacing the word “common” with the word “liberty,” the White House Press Secretary responded, “I don’t know what you’re talking about. There is nothing common about liberty.”

In other news, Bush’s lapdog Tony Blair, affectionately referred to by his friends as “Dogbert,” yesterday held a long whispering conference with President Bush in the far corner of the playground. At the end of the conference, Blair emerged and proposed that the House of Commons be officially retitled the “House of Liberties.”

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