Thursday, January 19, 2006

"North Korea nukes USA." You think that would never happen? Well luckily president Geena Davis saved that from happening the other day. The common belief is that the peninsula does have nuclear weapons and that the country's dictatorship is so arrogant and pig-headed that it would not hestitate to use such things if it felt pissed-off on any given day. So when a U.S. spy submarine was stranded in the country's waters, the only way to rescue its crew and destroy its technology and avoid a war was to engage in deal making with China to assist in the rescue and ultimately offering to pay North Korea $500m and issue a formal apology.

Luckily, President Davis never listened to the commander of the armed forces, Cmdr. Steve Lamoree who suggested that we surround their country with ships and then make a preemptive strike on the country. Oh, I guess that would stop them from pressing their red button. Or to her chief strategist, Sen. Miles Smith (D-Atwater Village) who asked if we should attack since they had WMDs said "yeah, but no, but yeah, but no....". The speaker of the house, Sen. Barabara Romero had to make a deal to buy shoes from China in exchange for weapons to clinch the president's rescue operation. The White House press secretary, Mr. Carl White, tactfully kept the press at bay by reciting poems and reminding everone that there are good Koreans too.


Blogger Miles said...

So very amusing, but as you know, I'm the President.

6:35 PM  
Blogger Miles said...

Actually, I'm the Mayor.

7:27 AM  
Blogger Steve said...

So new and yet so adept at telling the story wrong.

My Press Secretary tells me that I will have no further comment at this time.

6:12 PM  

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