Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Waterboard Assad To Find The Sarin and Saddam's Hidden Yellow Cake!

Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and Richard Armitage Say They Can Get Assad to Say Where the Sarin Gas Is Located:  Write Water Boarding Out of the Geneva Convention.

By Rasputin P. Crowley PCW News Service

      While President Assad has responded positively to the overture that John Kerry offered and which the Russians have endorsed, President Barack Obama is talking to the nation on Tuesday night, September 10th, the day before the anniversary of the September 11th attack in 2001 on the World Trade Center.  Obama hopes to lay out his plan to bring justice to bear on the Sarin gassing of innocent adults and children in Syria.
     While Assad met on Monday with Charlie Rose and laid out his innocence in the gassing, pointing instead to the Syrian rebels who seek to depose him, Assad offered instead a threat of escalating warfare in the region if the U.S. attacks his regime.

     By Tuesday, Assad had announced that he would take up Kerry's offer and turn over the Syrian stockpile of chemical weapons.

     Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and Richard Armitage meeting at Rumsfeld’s Misery Plantation in Virgina questioned whether or not Assad could be trusted to reveal where the stockpiles of weapons are located.

     “We feel it imperative that the Geneva Convention be rewritten to remove water boarding from any definition of torture,” said Cheney.  Rumsfeld agreed.  “We can find that Sarin gas and while we’re at it we may also find Iraq’s yellow cake uranium, too.”

     Dr. Wilma Shepcomen of the Center for the Rejection of Forced Allegiances said "sharing government and decision making is hard work and most personalities like Assad, Saddam Hussein, Pinochet, Pol Pot, Mao, Stalin, Hitler and others prefer not to be troubled with the it.  Cheney and Rummy hate it too, but are less likely to be so openly critical of it."

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