Carlos the Turkey Pardoned
Famed international terrorist Carlos the Turkey, who has been held in US custody at Guantanamo Bay for the last year, was given an official pardon by the Bush Administration today and then left the country on a unregistered CIA flight. Sources close to the President said that recent intelligence indicated that Carlos is a member of the Saudi royal family, necessitating the hastily arranged departure.
House Speaker-elect, Nancy Pelosi, called for an immediate investigation and promised to convene a panel to look into to other 'poultry peccadilloes' in the Bush Administration.
[Happy Thanksgiving everyone!]
That's a priceless pic :-D
Pretty good at finding turkeys to stroke, I'd say. :-)
And thanks for the holiday wishes everyone.
OMG - was Carlos an illegal alien?
Is this the tip of an "amnesty" program iceberg?
Happy Thanksgiving, Kvatch, and Froggette
May your turkey be moist, your cranberries jellied and your pumpkin pie overflowing with sweet whipped cream.
Thanks so much Sewmouse (and you too BHFRIK!). Our dinner hasn't even started yet--in couple of hours with friends. The Frogette made her pumpkin pie last night and will no doubt be devouring it over the next week. (I can't stand the stuff so none for me :-) ).
Hope you all are are having a wonderful day as well.
Hope you have a long weekend and enjoy it with people you love Kvatch :)
Happy TG all you blognonomites!
Peace out Kvatch!
I wanted to write a snappy comment, but I cannot top the ones your fine readers wrote. I love "I thought Bush promised we'd eat them over there so we didn't have to eat them over here," but they were all hilarious, as was your post.
Happy Turkey Day, all, however you choose to spend what is left of it.
I myself have a poultry peccadillo, I am terrified of salmonella, and really avoid cooking poultry. I hope Nancy Pelosi stays off my ass and I don't get tangled up in this mess.
Hope you and Ms. Frogette had an awesome Thanksgiving!
Nice reporting, Frog.
(Don't know why I didn't think of that the first time around, that and "Happy Thanksgiving")