Saturday, October 08, 2005

Pakistani Earthquake Not Bush's Fault Yet

Evidence Expected Soon Tying President to 7.6 Magnitude Earthquake That Killed an Estimated 3000 People














From AP:


"An aerial view of quake-hit area of Balakot, 200 kilometers from Islamabad, Pakistan which was badly damaged after a severe earhquake, Saturday, Oct 8, 2005. The earthquake rocked parts of India, Pakistan and Afghanistan causing widespread destruction."

UPDATE: For those of you worried the President may get a pass on the tragedy in South Asia above, rest assured: Avian flu is already Bush's Fault.

4 Comments:

Blogger David said...

The edidence is already in and it's conclusive: the dead are almost exclusively "people of color" therefore this was a racist 'quake. All racist acts are Republican acts. Bush is the leader of the Republicans. Q.E.D. Bush killed 3.000 people with his racist Republican 'quake.

(One can always "prove" anything if one never heeds logic.)

10/09/2005 02:47:00 PM  
Anonymous ray b said...

The Earthquake is not Bush's fault, but the Administration's incompetence is slowly transforming Iraq into an ungovernable terrorist training camp.

Wouldn't you agree?

10/10/2005 10:17:00 AM  
Anonymous Sean H. said...

Massive Earthquake could have been prevented by Kyoto Treaty!
(AP)

Scientist have recently formulated that the massive earthquake in Pakistan could have been brought on by Global Warming. Recent studies at the University of Berkley have found that frozen bogs in Siberia are warming and maybe causing deep foundational cracks within the fault lines running under the continent of Asia. Scientist speculates that these cracks are caused by water from the melting bogs. Scientist have concluded that the energy use in the United States have caused these bogs to melt. This may have been prevented if President Bush had signed the Kyoto treaty back in 2001. Story developing….

10/10/2005 10:21:00 AM  
Blogger Bohemian Like You said...

Is that story real??

10/10/2005 10:22:00 AM  

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