Thursday, August 31, 2006

Quiz Time: How Rotten Is Rumsfeld?

I hear that Donald Rumsfeld is having trouble sleeping. Time for a quick game of "fill in the blanks", I think.

FALLON NAVAL AIR STATION, Nev. (AP) -- Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said yesterday that he is deeply troubled by ________________.

"That's the thing that keeps me up at night," he said during a question-and-answer session with about 200 naval aviators and other U.S. Navy personnel at this flight training base for Navy and Marine pilots.



Any guesses? Here's a few of his greatest hits to get you started:










Answer here.

5 Mewling Pricks

At 3:59 pm, Anonymous Anonymous ejaculated...

Well it's obvious to me you work for the terrorists. By showing images of the death and horror caused by American military aggression you expose yourself as a cog in the al-Qaida propaganda machine.

 
At 5:04 pm, Anonymous Anonymous ejaculated...

And by not showing them you expose yourself as a cog in the American military propaganda machine.

Bonkers!

 
At 6:19 pm, Anonymous Senator Rosenplank ejaculated...

I wouldn't go exposing your cogs if I were you. I tried that once and it got me in lots of trouble.

 
At 8:46 pm, Anonymous Flying Rodent ejaculated...

It's obvious to me that these photographs have all been photoshopped.

Death and injury, as the right wing bloggers have conclusively proved, do not exist in the Middle East.

And if they did, they'd be caused by terrorists.

 
At 1:10 pm, Blogger Haden Powell ejaculated...

i've fuckin seen that porno and it was shit

no i'm kiddin its fuckin sick int it but really, you know tha George Bush nearly bawled his fuckin eyes out when his dog was ill but not so much as a fucking frown when the towers were falling down - theyre a bunch of spastics divorced from the reality of their actions - put rumsfeld and bush in a fuckin body bag, starve his bastard daschund and then unleash the fucker on em across the gulf desert.

and chukc piers morgan in their while were at it

 

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