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The Therapy Sessions
Saturday, April 24, 2004

Don't hurt Bin Laden!

Oddly Normal:
In a heated discussion between Ariel Sharon and George Bush today, Sharon expressed sympathy with America's terrorism problem, but warned him in no uncertain terms that physically harming bin Laden was well out of bounds. Sharon insisted that Bush abide by the Israeli-designed Runway to Peace, a six-stage plan to establish a lasting peace between Americans and Islamic nutjobs pledged to their utter destruction. Sharon's prior remarks indicating that he favors the continued existence of America at peace with al-Qaeda have drawn widespread criticism from the international community. Secretary-General Kofi Annan accused Sharon's administration of abusing its superpower status by unfairly siding with the United States, ignoring the legitimate grievances of al-Qaeda.

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