Monday, July 18, 2005
  Bush Vows to Attack Leeds
Pointing to last week's bombings in London, President George Bush vowed to keep on the offensive against international terrorism and to 'continue to take this fight to the enemy, and we will fight until this enemy is defeated'.

When told that the bombers where from Leeds, north of London, the president replied, "We absolutely must bring democracy to this outpost of insurgency. We have to save the oil in the North Sea from these terrorists madmen."

British Prime Minister Blair seemed a bit befuddled when told of President Bush's remarks but promised the support of English troops "where ever the fight on terror might lead even if it leads to Leeds," Blair said with his usual sense of dry humor.
Oh you make me laugh!!!
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