|Bush Blames Pakistan Threat on Administrative Error - September 22nd 2006|
President Bush has said he was 'taken aback' by the Pervez Musharraf, the President of Pakistan. that the United States threatened military action following the September 11th attacks in 2001.
Unusually, the Internet community which typically takes a cynical stance against Bush's word has claimed that they can quite believe President when he stated - with regards to such threats - he was completely unaware.
Once hearing the allegations, Mr Bush ordered an immediate investigation and soon revealed everything came down to a simple admin error:
"It transpires that one of White House staff inadvertently loaded up the wrong email template to send to Mr Musharraf," the President explained, "She's quite new - well she was 5 years ago - and accidently loaded up the 'we'll bomb your nation back to the stone age' template instead of the 'we hope to extend our relations to partnership of trust' - these things happen all the time, thank god she didn't load up the template with the nuclear football codes."
Many have questioned the validity of Mr Bush's excuses claiming it is highly unlikely the United States government would reserve the right to declare war by email:
"What's next," Political commentator Chuck Hankman sneered, "Neil Armstrong sending in 'itz 1 sml stp 4 mn' by SMS?"
Despite Mr Bush's explanation, some doubt whether the error even occurred - claiming instead that Musharraf invented them to generate publicity in his autobiography due out next week. It is their consensus that an otherwise mundane story of a fairly average puppet dictator has been embellished into a tragedy of a man forced by an evil oppressor to go against his beliefs to protect his people.
After reading some of the pre-release material many concur with this judgement stating that whilst they appreciate Mr Bush is an unorthodox President when it comes to his use of the English language, they find it highly unlikely he would use Hollywood screenplay material such as: "Yee-haw" "Hang 'em high" or "Wanted: Dead of Alive" in official press annoucements.
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