Al-Qaida Has Rebuilt, U.S. Intel Warns
By KATHERINE SHRADER and MATTHEW LEE, Associated Press Writers
WASHINGTON - U.S. intelligence analysts have concluded al-Qaida has rebuilt its operating capability to a level not seen since just before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, The Associated Press has learned.
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Don't worry folks, it's all a part of the big plan. When President Bush presented us with the startlingly new strategy of sending MORE troops to Iraq last spring, he wisely didn't tell us about this part. He knew we might take the news the wrong way. More troops means more terrorists. But that's exactly what our president wants. Al-Qaida is playing right into Bush's hands. This is a huge step toward winning the War on Terror. It's quite simple, really. At the rate Al-Qaida is recruiting and training new terrorists, soon we will all be terrorists. And if we're all terrorists, boom, we're done. War over. No one left to fight. I know what you're thinking, "Joe, what about the troops? They're not terrorists and will never be terrorists." Well, actually, they already are. Not in my book, mind you, but according to what defines a terrorist in the Patriot Act, our boys are dangerous to civilians and property. And, also according to the definitions of a terrorist in the Patriot Act, if you support the troops, well, guess what? You're a terrorist, too! It's quite ingenious, really. The War on Terror will be over when we've all become terrorists.
You're doing a heckuva job, Bushie!
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