Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Weekend At Fidel's, Part IV





In a recent essay titled "Bush, Hunger and Death," Fidel alleges that Bush "threatens humanity with World War III, this time using atomic weapons." The White House has dismissed his essay. From Newsday.com:



"Dictators say a lot of things, and most of them can be discounted, including that," said White House press secretary Dana Perino.


Perino said that Bush on Wednesday would urge other nations to join together in promoting democracy in Cuba.


"It is true that soon the decades-long debate about our policy towards Cuba will come to a time when we're going to have an opportunity here, when Castro is no longer leading Cuba, that the people there should be able to have a chance at freedom and democracy," she said. "That opportunity is coming."


Hey, Fidel, in case you have had a lapse of memory, you threatened the world (with help from the old USSR) back in the '60s, also with nuclear weapons.





That was one battle in the real World War III, the Cold War. World War IV is the war against islamic fascism. So, if George Bush is starting another world war, it should properly be called World War V.

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