Friday, January 20, 2006

Closer to Midnight

Someone should alert the Atomic Scientists that their clock needs updating:

In a speech aimed at defending France's €3bn-a-year (£2bn) nuclear arms programme, the president said the country's nuclear strike force was "not aimed at dissuading fanatical terrorists", but states who used "terrorist means" or "weapons of mass destruction" against France.

Then again, if the Atomic Scientists are listening to Ted Turner, they'd have set it ahead already:

While urging unilateral nuclear disarmament to a Kansas State University audience on Monday, Turner declared: "You have to question ... the president on a lot of decisions he's made. He might just think launching those weapons would be a good thing to do. ... He thought Iraq was."



Meanwhile, Osama's little speech yesterday certainly seemed to hint that he's got a bomb atomique:

"...Only metal breaks metal, and our situation, thank God, is only getting better and better, while your situation is the opposite of that."

Personally, I think we should accept Osama's offer for a truce. As he says, "There is no shame in this solution, which prevents the wasting of billions of dollars that have gone to those with influence and merchants of war in America who have supported Bush's election campaign." The man may be a murderous, diabetic lunatic, but he speaks the truth.

1 Comments:

Blogger sexyretard said...

I wish Ted Turner well on his quest to rid Manhattan, Kansas, of nuclear capability.

9:42 AM  

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