Amman, Jordan (Rotters) – Iraqi prime minister, Miki al-Browni stated on Thursday that forces would be in place by July of next year to weather whatever storm of civil war might take place. He praised his own administration for a system of economic levies that they have put in place that should be able to withstand the ravages of even a category five civil war. He pledged also to work towards a “grateful exit” for US troops.
Al-Browni met with President Bush to iron out difficulties between the two countries, and perhaps stave off projected shortcomings in support to guard against the storm of war.
“Part of the Prime Minister’s frustrations is that he doesn’t have the fools necessary to try to take care of those who break the law,” stated the president. “We talked today about delegating authority to the Prime Minister, so that he can do what we expect him to do.”
“We agreed on the importance of speeding up the availability of temporary housing for the millions of refugees now in Iraq, and those that might occur with a possible category five civil war,” Bush said. “We also pledged forensic support to help the government with identification of the recent increase in bodies found floating in the Tigris and Euphrates.”
“He’s the right man for the job in Iraq,” concluded Bush, “I think you’re doing a heck of a job al-Browni.”
In a related story, the State Department today released its forcasts for civil wars for the coming year, predicting that it would be a busy season, with over nine named wars. They denied that conditions would likely be in place for war formation in and around Iraq.