Where does the good go

President Bush kills President Mandela

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Nelson Mandela is still very much alive despite an embarrassing gaffe by U.S. President George W. Bush, who alluded to the former South African leader’s death in an attempt to explain sectarian violence in Iraq.

In a speech defending his administration’s Iraq policy, Bush said former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s brutality had made it impossible for a unifying leader to emerge and stop the sectarian violence that has engulfed the Middle Eastern nation.

“I heard somebody say, Where’s Mandela?’ Well, Mandela’s dead because Saddam Hussein killed all the Mandelas,” Bush, who has a reputation for verbal faux pas, said in a press conference in Washington on Thursday.

In other words, Saddam had to die because he killed Mandela. One small problem, of course, Mandela asserts his aliveness.

Douchebag, that’s how the terrorists win.

4 Responses to “President Bush kills President Mandela”

  1. Karol Says:

    So, Bush-haters don’t understand metaphors?

  2. Dawn Summers Says:

    Karol is dead. Saddam killed all the Karols.
    All the Dawns cheered.

  3. StB Says:


  4. Casca Says:

    So, what’s it like being a hater? Show Dubyah some love. We’re at war with a bunch of crazed peckerheads after all, and no it isn’t his fault. BTW, Mandela should be dead, he probably meant George Washington who was not a commie pig-fucker.

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