George W. Bush and Osama bin Laden are
having a conversation via Al
Jazeera television. Bin Laden tells George
Bush, "There is no point of
engaging in further war. I can see
total peace in the future!"
George Bush replies, "Oh yeah and tell
me what you see?"
Osama answers, "I can see New York, with new
great buildings on one
side and beautiful new buildings on the
other side, and everything is
peaceful and wonderful."
Bush says, "Wow is that what you see? Well I'll tell ya what I
for the future of Afghanistan... I see a house here, a house there,
a small building here and small building there, but there are signs
hanging in the middle of the street."
Osama asks, "And what
do they say?"
George answers, "Hell, I don't know. I can't
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