Tuesday, November 22, 2005

President Cheney Annexes Austria and the Sudetenland

With renewed calls to accelerate the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq, President Dick Cheney today outlined plans to annex Austria and the Sudetenland and warned that aggression from Poland would not be tolerated.

Noting that Austria and the Sudetenland are “hotbeds of terrorist activity,” the President said that the United States had no choice but to take pre-emptive action. “We are closely monitoring the developing situation in Poland,” he said.

British Prime Minister Tony Blair announced the signing of an Anglo-American accord “as symbolic of the desire of our two peoples… [to bring] peace in our time.”

President Cheney said, “The Prime Minister is a good man. He’s a friend of mine. We’re colleagues. He’s right on this thing. I agree with the Prime Minister and believe this accord will serve the best interests of this nation.”


J said...

A single death is a tragedy, a million deaths is a statistic. -- Joseph Stalin

Anonymous said...

Austria and the Sudetenland have always historically been a part of the United States!


Anonymous said...

There are much deeper implications here. Adelphia Media Services

Brandon said...

Do what you have to do. Acceleration may or may not be a good thing.