Monday, November 26, 2007

Terrorist Dressed Like Woman Wins Complimentary One Way Ticket to Cuba

Ted Kennedy - You may now kiss the bride.

CNN reported today that the Iraqi Army detained two terrorists from the hard core of the Iraqi insurgency last week at a checkpoint 12 miles north of Taji. At the time, one of the men, Haider al-Bahadli, was dressed in a stunning white wedding gown and veil. He and his boy-toy, Abbas al-Dobbi, were initially stopped after one of the Iraqi Patriots manning the position realized he wasn't in Hawaii - or any other place encouraging homosexual unions for that matter. During a brief investigation, it emerged that when not cross-dressing, the transvestites took part in another hobby: the wonton slaughter of Iraqi civilians.

In addition to the obvious military and political victories resulting from the surge, we now have a more symbolic example of the terrorists' destruction. Whereas two years ago, Iraqi insurgents in ski-masks prowled the IED-laced streets of al-Fallujah, ar-Ramadi and even Baghdad touting RPG's and heavy machine guns, our Troops (and of course the courageous homegrown freedom fighters of the Iraqi Army) have reduced our enemies to a sniveling band of teenaged boys dressed as girls. Now, one of those girls and her husband-to-be are going for their honeymoon in the Caribbean paradise that is Cuba - only they'll be travelling there one way complements of the United States of America, and enjoying a 360-degree view of concrete walls through a twelve square foot, fifteen foot high, concertina-wire topped chain link fence.

Al-Dobbi can give his wife - and days of freedom - a long kiss goodbye. On behalf of the Iraqi people, the American people and the Freedom Brothers, I wish them both the trip of a lifetime.

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