I bet the folks in Mali can't wait. It's finally their turn. France is going, and we're helping. Oh don't worry, no US boots on the ground "at this time" according to US Defense Secretary, Leon Panetta. Emphasis on "at this time." But, as in the game of Dominoes, the thrill of anticipation is everything! Just a little help with transport, so far. Although the president refuses to say whether or not he's using his really cool killer drones, Special Operations or CIA paramilitary units. I sure hope so...cause Obama's such a cool guy, and he knows how to pick just the right people to kill without any muss or fuss from legal prosecution or time consuming trials.
Remember when France went into Libya in 2011? Well, that, through a series of events, caused the instability and violence in Mali, which is the Domino we get to tumble next. But guess what, the Mali invasion is causing violence and instability in Algeria...so, guess which Domino will be next? Right...Algeria.
Boy, this spreading peace and democracy to these poor terrorist-infused countries is satisfying...and there's no end in sight. Can you imagine terrorism waving a white flag and submitting to us, the good guys...just in case you didn't have that straight.
Do you know what that means...this game of Dominoes will last for a long time...fun huh? And you get to watch it all on TV! I wonder what they'll name this show, I mean, uh, operation. Yes, can't really call it a "war," as that has to be declared by congress (at least that's what it says in the Constitution, but who even reads that old thing anymore?)
Boy, we're really racking up the points. Let's see, from the latest statistics, we got to kill 1.5 million people in Iraq. If you start adding up Afghanistan, Pakistan...where Obama is so bravely using unmanned attack drones...then, man, we're going to win!!! Big time!
Anyway, just thought I'd let you know about how things are under control, and you don't have to worry your pretty little heads about anything. The government and their friends will take care of this messy stuff. We're so lucky to be Americans! It makes me giddy.