June 26, 2006

Bush says news reports on how he lied about having a black belt in karate are compromising national security

Posted in political satire at 11:19 pm by thewashingtonbeltsider

by Tom Toburn

White House representatives are coming out in full force against national publications for reporting on the President’s lack of karate prowess, and are accusing the press of impairing the administration’s ability to fight the war on terror.  The President has discussed having a black belt in karate in public forums where he has threatened to take terror leaders out.  “These news reporters will tie our hands for the last time,” the President insisted at a press briefing today.  “I am putting them on notice.  I do too have a black belt!”

“It is the height of arrogance,” Press Secretary Tony Snow complained at the press briefing today.  “The leaking of this information is disgraceful.  It is harmful to ordinary Americans.  It impairs our ability to fight the war on terror.”

“I don’t think he has a black belt, but liberal rags like the Wall Street Journal, the National Review Online and FOX and friends still have no right to inject their liberal biases on the general population,” Vice President Cheney said.

“It is treasonous,” Representative Peter King (R-NY) said on his website.  “It is important to counterbalance the public’s right to know when the President is pretending with the public’s right to survive the ridicule and scorn of a dangerous and ruthless enemy.”


1 Comment »

  1. Wow It’s not often we get to hear the National Review described as a liberal rag!

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