After two fruitless years, over 1,300 U.S. deaths, countless Iraqi fatalities, and several billion dollars, the Bush administration has called off the search for WMD that President Bush cited as justification for going to war.
White House press secretary Scott McClellan said there no longer is an active search for weapons and the administration does not hold out hopes that any weapons will be found.
McClellan then took the opportunity to announce the President’s newest justification for invading Iraq: finding Waldo.
“The President feels the search for Waldo should be completed quickly and with a minimum loss of life,” said McClellan. “After all, he’s tall, white, and wears a matching red and white striped shirt and hat. That guy should be about as easy to spot in the Middle East as a 6’5″ Arab carting around a dialysis machine.”