President Bush Promises to Send 10,000 Rodeo Clowns to Iraq
on 1/16/2007 (5)
Washington, D.C. - Hot on the heals of President Bush's decree to send 20,000 more troops to Iraq, a new faction has also been tapped, the rodeo clown.
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"I love rodeo clowns, they're so entertaining," said the President. "The funny cloths, the zany antics, they remind me of Ross Perot."
The rodeo clown, or it's genealogy name rodeous clownious, spends it's days entertaining crowds and distracting bulls so they do not harm bull riders who have been thrown to the ground by the previously mentioned bull. It is this ability to distract that the United States Army hopes to take advantage of.
Currently over 3,000 American troops have perished in Iraq. By deploying rodeo clowns in combat areas, the Army hopes to distract Iraqi insurgents from the much more valuable Army soldiers, thus preserving our highly trained personal to continue the effort to bring peace to Iraq. The rodeo clowns will draw fire and possible even convert some insurgents to the America's cause by using their good-natured antics.
"By our figures, an American soldier's life is worth the life of four rodeo clowns," said the President. "Thanks to this new initiative, more American soldiers will survive and more rodeo clowns will be killed. It's a win win situation for everyone involved."
Polls show that Americans are overwhelmingly unhappy with Bush's Iraq policy and with the growing number of rodeo clowns in America. This new plan, which promises to send 10,000 rodeo clowns to Iraq over the next year, will kill two birds with one stone.
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