Bush Upset Over Russian Attack On Georgia: It Should Have Been Massachusetts Instead



by R J Shulman
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Aug 10, 2008

Beijing – President Bush has denounced the Russian attack on Tskhinvali, the capital of South Ossetia. “I had told Putin after I looked him in the eye that if he was ever to attack a state is should be Massachusetts where liberals and gay marriages are ruining America,” Bush said, “but Georgia is one of my states that voted for me without recounts and that means I’ll have to get Putin, dead or alive. So, as soon as I finish cheering our Olympiods to victorious victory here in China, I’m going to have to go back to Washington and teach those Russian a lesson by invading Iran.”

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice agreed that an attack on Iran was appropriate as the Iranians have not denounced the Russian attack. Senator John McCain said he would support a strike on Iran and said we should fight there for a hundred years if necessary, as soon as our troops could cross over the border into Iran from Czechoslovakia.


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4 thoughts on “Bush Upset Over Russian Attack On Georgia: It Should Have Been Massachusetts Instead

  1. Hopefully the Russians will give me a passport so I can go live there before they attack Massachusetts. I hope that once I’m out they bomb my city first; it’s been called the worst place to live in America in some book.

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