Jewish World Review Nov. 2, 2006 / 11 Mar-Cheshvan, 5767
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
John Kerry apologized to U.S. troops in Iraq Wednesday for his botched joke on President Bush. His appearances have been canceled. No one wants to say he's radioactive but he's been invited to Iran and North Korea to be a back-up generator.
Hillary Clinton addressed the Council on Foreign Relations Tuesday. She said America's relationship with Iraq's government has reached the point of absurdity. She's got a lot of nerve telling other people to get out of an absurd relationship.
Iran's president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced Wednesday that Iran will hold ten days of war games in the Persian Gulf. The games are code-named Great Prophet. Exxon Mobil heard the phrase and insisted that it's all going back into exploration.
Saddam Hussein's trial for crimes against humanity could return a verdict today in Baghdad. Don't get your hopes up. If he's convicted he's expected to ask for the electric chair, knowing he will die of old age before the electricity's restored.
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