May 24, 2006, - 6:27 pm

FBI: American Horse Farm Held Hostage, Day Eight

By Debbie Schlussel
We’re not fans of Ted Koppel. No way. But we remember that the show he formerly hosted was not originally called “Nightline.” It was called “America Held Hostage, Day [X].” It was a nightly count and report on the siege on the U.S. Embassy in Iran and the kidnapping of American hostages in the late 1970s.
Their fight reached our shores on 9/11. We’d never make light of our brave American hostages then held in Iran, but we choose to honor them–the first American hostages of extremist Muslims–in pointing out that, while our FBI is supposed to be fighting the War on Terror,

THIS IS DAY EIGHT OF THE FBI SIEGE ON AN AMERICAN FARM

in search of Jimmy Hoffa. Thus, begins our daily count of the continuing saga of an FBI farce.

AMERICAN FARM HELD HOSTAGE, DAY EIGHT.

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This costly and irresponsible waste of human resources would never be tolerated in a corporate setting.
NO WONDER governments or bureaus run deficits.
AS IF all those people standing around, actually DOING NOTHING, at the expense of the public purse, are necessary.
Run GOVERNMENT like a business and itíll cost the public 10% of the present amount.
Where is ROSS PEROT when you need him?
C’mon guys…lots to do in the war on ISLAMIC TERRORISM~

The Canadien on May 27, 2006 at 5:17 pm

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