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Thursday, October 20, 2011


by R J Shulman

NEW YORK – (PTSD News Service) - Prominent Republican leaders have been quick to point out that credit for the ultimate fall of Libyan dictator Moammar Ghadafi belongs to former President George W. Bush. “While the liberal press is fawning all over Obama,” said presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, “it was President Bush’s decisive killing of Saddam Hussein that gave courage to those who eventually overthrew Ghadafi that deserves the credit and not the work of do-nothing Obama lounging around basking in the fruits of affirmative action.”

“In addition to President Bush I give credit to the British and French,” said Arizona Senator John McCain, “and it hurts me to have the say the French because we all know they are all cowards and gay, yet Obama allowed them to take the credit from America because he failed to send in American ground troops after failing to bomb the heck out of Tripoli.” Rick Perry weighed in by saying that Bush had always been focused on deposing the Libyan leader, “because why else would W have a hunting camp with the words “Ghadafihead” painted on a rock.” New front runner Herman Cain said it was all well and good that the dictator was killed, but it could have been done sooner and more efficiently if he had been president and used his 9-9-9 plan – 9 million American troops sent to Lybia for nine months at cost of nine dollars.

When contacted by the press, President Bush said that he was too modest to take credit for the overthrow and death of Ghadai, but did say he had put together a plan to overthrow Ghadafi by invading Venezuela.


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