Killing of Osama bin Laden a.k.a. Usama bin Laden per Obama Order to SEALS Boosts Employment in T-Shirt Industry.·
Wrenn, Editor, PoliSat.Com , PoliticalXray.Com .
May 6, 2011--
The killing of Osama bin Laden a.k.a. Usama bin Laden per President Barack Obama's order to U.S. Special Forces and Navy SEALS boosts employment in the t-shirt industry. Incredibly, one such profiteer suffered "profit remorse" and decided to issue refunds after concluding that it was "just not right" to make a "profit" on a person's "death."
In referring to the death of a "person," he apparently failed to recognize that the most common and most accurate synomym for "person" is "human being." Thus, he failed to recognize that he is basing his remorse on the mistaken assumption that the death of bin Laden constituted the death of a human being. Although this principle is not widely understood in liberal and leftist circles, everyone else on the planet not subscribing to the medieval views of the barbaric version of radical Islamicist theocracy exemplified by bin Laden and other like-minded jihadists understands that bin Laden was not a human being; rather, he was a pig disguised as a human being. Thus, profiting on the death of bin Laden does not constitute profiting on the death of a person. Instead, it's like profiting on the sale of unclean pork.
Indeed, some environmentalists worry that sharks feasting on bin Laden's remains may succumb to fatal diseases from eating such unclean debris. However, Navy SEALS who have been observing the activity of such sharks have reported that the sharks seem to have a natural defense because they seem to be vomiting-up such remains every time they devour some of them.
What is the solution to this humanitarian dilemma being experienced by remorseful death-of-bin-Laden t-shirt profiteers on the left? Perhaps they could assuage their consciences by recovering the shark-vomit and adding it to the menu on Michael Moore's Eat the Rich Bar & Grill.
Is there a better solution? Of course. Purchase a t-shirt revealing Osama's Last Words: "I'd rather be waterb ...."
--Jim Wrenn, Editor at PoliSat.Com.
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