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Apr
09

TOP TEN NEW DEFENSE PROJECTS

I read IMAO (courtesy of Allysen)…and this post is just funny– especially #9 (I not so secretly desire a Snuggie)…

With Obama cutting missile defense, what will Obama spend all the defense related money on? Here’s what he’s currently thinking:

OBAMA’S TOP TEN NEW DEFENSE RELATED PROJECTS

10. Classes to teach Marines to be more concerned about their enemies’ feelings.

9. Camouflaged Snuggies.

8. New ways to distribute propaganda to the enemy that apologizes for Bush.

7. Automated drones that can safely seek out high-priority targets and give them a hug.

6. Tree-planting missiles.

5. New guns with a special safety feature that keeps them from firing if pointed at a person.

4. Preventing nuclear attacks by posting signs specifying that nuclear missiles are not allowed.

3. Bio-degradable tanks.

2. Study on the effects of replacing camouflage with tie dye.

And Obama’s number one new defense related project…

Genetically engineering a unicorn.

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1 Response to “TOP TEN NEW DEFENSE PROJECTS”


  1. 1 Michael Griffith
    April 9, 2009 at 1:41 am

    I have the unicorn that Obama rode in on sitting on my desk. Also, I think he’ll save some money by not starting unnecessary wars. The best way to save money is to not spend it!


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