Monday, April 23, 2007

U.S. builds Walls to end suffering, homelessness and poverty

President Bush awarded a $27 billion contract to Halliburton to construct "Concrete Compassion Barriers" to help solve the nation's many social problems. Bush said the idea came from the Wall that the Russian's built after World War II to strengthen Communism and prevent Communism from spreading to the West.

Although the Berlin Wall was torn down by "radical fanatic extremists," Bush said, the message that it created cannot die. The Wall concept was immediately adopted by Israel as a means of annexing unused Palestinian lands, and to help Palestinians "better socialize," explained former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, who today's lives as a legend in his own mind.

Bush then ordered a Wall to be built along the U.S.-Mexican borders to "keep out thosewetbacks," according to Vice President Dick Cheney, who later denied the comment saying he was merely repeating a comment made by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, "who is Black and can say those things about other black people." The Wall has worked perfectly to help Mexican immigrants address their economic needs and allow them to practice their grafitti talents before sneaking into the U.S. to vandalize properties in major U.S. cities like Chicago.

This week, Bush ordered Cheney who ordered Rice who ordered David Petraeus who ordered CIA agents working undercover to order Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to order Halliburton to overcharge the U.S. for the construction of a Wall around Sunni and SHi'ite neighborhoods to help distract un0embeded journalists from commplaining about the high price of Playboy Magazines sold by Halliburton-owned military commissaries.

But Maliki denounced the Wall saying that it prevented him from visiting his harems in certain Sunnie neighborhoods under Shi'ite armed guard. "Ah shi'ite," al-Maliki was heard exclaiming when the walls he ordered built failed to include doorways. "Halliburton will charge us five times as much to carve out doors in the new walls."

Bush told members of Congress (a increasingly narrow group of Republicans who like him and need his campaign support) in secret emails that were destroyed by Karl "Karl Marx" Rove that he hoped to apply the Wall -- err, barrier concept to American social problems.

"Imagine, if we can build a wall to separate the rich from the poor? The healthy from the sick? The high pockets of Democratic voters in Red states from my Republican bases in those Blue states?" Bush said. "Imagine all the people ... living life alive?"

Aides close to Bush said the president believes that the new Social Walls will be his legacy for America and make them forget about all the lies, exaggerations, his failed service during the Vietnam War and how he undermined peace in the Middle East.

"It's a concrete idea," Cheney told Bush just before ordering Rice to order Petraeus to order Maliki to triple bill for concrete manufacture in Baghdad."

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