Wednesday, January 03, 2007

National Guard Troops Are Unavailable

The morning news just reported that there are no National Guard Troops available to help out in the blizzard in Montana. Seems they are all off fighting a foreign war of conquest for the Libyan Division of Halliburton.

I wonder, if we did have a major terrorist attack in the US, how long would it take for our National Guardsmen in Iraq to respond?

Still more talk this morning on McCain and his belief that 150,000 troops can conquer the millions of people living in Iraq, when 130,000 can't. Talking heads are saying that this will work because the complaint has always been that we started the war with too few men.

Since the mathematical and temporal aspects of this argument don't add up, let me point out that this increase, plus Star Wars Cloning Technology and the invention of a Flux Capacitor will save the day.


At 5:30 AM, Blogger Mike said...

I've come around to your view on the war: an intentional clusterfuck, with endless chaos, contracts, destruction, and re-construction.

As you've argued, it seems to be going exactly as planned.

At 7:54 AM, Blogger Weaseldog said...

I'm very sorry that it continues to look this way. Thats one of the things I'd very much like to be wrong about.

At 10:06 AM, Anonymous mort said...

It amazes me the number of people around here who think we are over there to fight terrorism.


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