Osama's Employment Crisis

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    Osama's Employment Crisis
    By Dave Weinbaum
    March 4, 2005

    Osama can't get good help. He hires many young ones, but they blow up so fast. It wasn't always such.

    Al Queda, the leader of the growth terror business, saw many recruits come in with every success scored by it. Murder Inc. never had so many volunteers. Being in a growth industry, there was room for everyone, Palestine Islamic Jihad, Hizballah, Hamas, Al-Aqsa Brigades, etc. With every unanswered mass murder, recruits were streaming into Middle East Universities, Mosques, and terror training camps. It was like the opening of the Epcot Center of the Middle East. I hear the deep fried falafel sticks at the Yasser Arafat Peace Pavilion are to die for!

    What went wrong? Like Time Warner gobbling up AOL, Al Qeuada bit off more wraths than it could chew. The 9/11 murder of 3000 unsuspecting American civilians, not one of them to my knowledge, named Eichman, finally brought anger to even the most passive Americans, at least for an hour or two.

    Finally, our COO, President George W., got the message. Much to OSAMA's surprise, Bush threw surplus to the winds and invaded Al Queda's infrastructure in Afghanistan. He destroyed much of it, taking a toll on the Taliban and Al Queda Local 109, chief suppliers of Taliban youth for Al Queda.

    Then Bush surprised OSAMA and much of the rest of the world by overturning OSAMA's silent WMD factory partner, Saddam.

    The UN went bonkers. The French, Germans, and Chinese took time from their busy schedules of counting oil-for-food bribes to express their outrage. How dare the USA protect itself without UN permission?! The French began swigging their own champagne after Americans stopped buying it, increasing the amnesia that had grown since we saved their sorry Asses in WW1 and WW2.


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