Friday, April 18, 2008
Just When I Thought I'd........
"I told you, Ali Baba! Passports? We don't need no steenking passports! We pretend to be amigos and just walk in through Mexico! El Presidente Hugo Chavez will even teech us Spaneesh and give free airfare to Cuidad Juarez, Allah willing! The Martyrs can even wash their feet at the water stations along the way!"
"The most terrifying words in the English language are: I'm from the government and I'm here to help." - Ronald Reagan
Even though it is Muslim Menu Friday, no recipes today. Just throw some bacon bits on a falafel, say "Allahu Akbar" and be content. What follows should be unbelievable, but since it involves the Federal Government, well, I can best describe it as "amusing at our expense".
Get a load of this shit. I hope you were sitting down when you clicked that.
I have no clue how this slipped under both the fence and the radar. The liberal media obviously had zero interest in it. On one hand, they had a golden opportunity to slam the Bush administration and their miserable effect, if any, on homeland security. On the other, this would also call for tighter border measures to the south, which would not benefit their compadres in the democrat party that are furiously hispandering for votes, legal or otherwise.
So some dude gets his car stolen. Then a week later it pulls right up next to him at a gas station. He grabs the keys and the perps scatter. So far, serendipity. Then explosives and Iraqi currency are found in the car. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, through innovative methods of deductive and inductive reasoning, concludes this is not a terrorist-related incident.
I shit you not.
Well, since it wasn't a terrorist-related incident, then what was it? I know the page I lifted this from had their own contest to try and explain this incident, but none really nailed it. Your turn. For your comments, try to be as creative as the FBI (if that is possible). I will include a poll and also a prize for the winner. One box of couscous, your choice of flavor.
Meanwhile, I am awaiting some research advice from Dr. Tom Sowell of the Hoover Institute at Stanford regarding my proposal to nationalize the entertainment industry. Since clowns like Micheal Moore want the government to take over healthcare, why not have "single payer" entertainment as well? That will be my next entry.
Enjoy the falafel.