Monday, April 6, 2009


Citizens for Legitimate Government, a multi-partisan activist group established to expose the Bush Coup d'Etat and oppose the Bush occupation in all of its manifestations.

Experts say North Korea extended missile warranty will wreak havoc with America's big three missile makers.

by R J Shulman

Pyongyang, North Korea -- (PTSD News) -- Despite threats of retaliation from the United States, at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, North Korea launched a long range missile with a twist - they are guaranteeing the rocket for 100,000 miles or ten years. "This bold defiance of the excepted standards of the world community is a threat to the global missile makers community," said Charles Kramer, president of the World Missile Manufactures.

Experts say North Korea extended missile warranty will wreak havoc with America's big three missile makers. "If we are not immediately bailed out by Congress," said Lance Blowfield of General Missiles, "we will have to declare bankruptcy."

"We cannot take this situation lightly," said President Barack Obama, commenting in Paris where he was in a meeting with French President, Nicolas Sarkozy. "If we allow our domestic missile industry to die, we will lose jobs which will further depress the economy." President Sarkozy suggest that Obama immediately surrender. "In France, the white flag allows us to forget about the expenses of war so we can concentrate of what we French people do best, make wine and cheat on our spouses."

"If we don't make our own missiles in America anymore, we would have to get them from China" said Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. "This could be embarrassing if we needed these weapons to protect Taiwan from Chinese aggression and had to ask the Chinese to send us some rockets to be used against them."

"The Americans shouldn't be so upset about getting their rockets from China," said Fa Ho Shin, of the Chinese embassy, "after all, rockets were invented by the Chinese."

"It may be too late in that our weapons manufacturing has been mostly outsourced already," said General Brian Capstone, commander of the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. "We had a malfunction the other day. We called tech support and got some guy named Chuck in India. I couldn't understand a damn word of what he was saying and our next test missile went haywire and almost took out El Paso."

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