Jewish World Review March 24, 2003 / 20 Adar II, 5763
http://www.jewishworldreview.com | U.S. officials don't know when, or how it happened, but intelligence in the field indicates that an apparent 'decapitation attack' on the peace movement succeeded.
"The anti-Bush protestors are wandering about in clusters, shouting a variety of unrelated messages," said an unnamed Pentagon source. "It's clear that there is no cohesive leadership. The protestors look bedraggled and confused. We don't know when the decapitation attack happened, or who did it. Frankly, we've just been ignoring them and moving on to our objectives."
A spokesman for protestors in San Francisco rejected the Pentagon assertion.
"We're focused and determined to stop this war for oil and let the Iraqi people run their own democracy," the spokesman said.
"And we must seek
justice for gays and do a re-count of the 2000
presidential election ballots and let women
choose abortions and Bush is worse than Saddam
and we still haven't captured bin Laden and what
about North Korean nukes and world opinion is
against us and get Israel out of Palestine and
force the U.S. to obey Jacques Chirac and Kofi
Annan, and...did I leave anything out? But
anyway, that's our purpose and we will never
waver...and, remember, all these protests are
spontaneous. The next one is scheduled for
tomorrow night at seven."
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