Romney Campaign Plans Pre-Election Military Strike Against Iran
by Walid
Romney to Command Iran Strike(San Diego) Ucs News- The Romney Campaign released the Governors plan for a pre-election Air strike and limited ground invasion of Iran. The plans include the list of private contractors, targets and detailed time line for the ambitions October strike. Speaking at a Memorial Day event at a veterans museum in San Diego, Romney made the announcement.

"If The President won't lead our military into Iran...I will" said Romney.

Mitt Romney warned the "world is not safe with Barack Obama in control of the US army" and cast the upcoming election as a choice between a nation that is weakened militarily versus "a strong America."

Romney went on to detail the command structure of his planning attack on Iran. Newt Gingrich has been tapped to lead the ground forces, while Rick Santorum and Rick Perry will lead the contracted air units. "It's a great day for America" Romney stated. "With bold American entrepreneurs conquering space I'm going to prove we can conquer foreign powers on Earth."

 
Rate This Item
 
I Liked It
 
Print
7729 Views
 
Unconfirmed Sources political satire and news story parodies as represented above are written as satire or parody. They are, of course, fictitious.

Your Comments



Michael Kors Outlet wrote:
Excellent and aAwonderful read! Your article is the best one I have learnt, and it has helped me. Keep doing that.
http://www.michaelkorsoutle...
_______________________________

Add Your Comments








Comments must be approved before being published.

 

In case You Missed Them...

Bush Ignites Dixie Chicks DVDs and Wows the Crowd President Bush Joins George Allen at Dixie Chicks DVD Burning Campaign Event

Jeffery Skilling said to be considering a possible "Offshore Death" to overturn his conviction Skilling Considering Death after Overturn of Lay Conviction

John McCain is angry and ready to kick some Republican Butt. John McCain Vows to Clean Out Failed Republican Administration

 

Recently in the News