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Monday, August 25, 2003
Bomb away Norway
By Max Standard
Yesterday, in the same galaxy that many of my readers live in, Newsweek reported that it recently survey U.S. citizens and found that 49 percent of them did not want to see U.S. President George W. Bush reelected while only 44 percent did.
Since there are only two possible narratives that could prove to be an accurate summary of what is happening, it is clear that Team Bush will soon regroup and charge ahead to greater success.
The easiest way to do this would be to take over another country, but which should it be? Tackling another country in the Middle East without the ability to fight back would look desperate, North Korea might be able to shoot back and the Bush Administration doesn't care enough about Africa to intervene in those countries with any passion. No the right countries are not the ones we hear so much about but rather Norway.
The Norwegians are ripe for the picking because like most of Uncle Sam's big enemies of late they don't have much of a military compared to the U.S. of A. -and their pantywaisted excuse for troops can't even take a good dressing down- and yet they seem to be a touch on the interventionist side, a fact that no doubt means they are just waiting to challenge the U.S. and kill all sorts of Americans.
The time to strike to now! Stick some of Saddam's former henchman on the Norwegians immediately!
Max Standard is an important intellectual who always tells the pro-American truth. His essay "Anti-American Lies" appeared in the March 24 edition of this blog.