May 05, 2003
W's Victory Speech: Gangsta Version

[Here's Bush's most recent speech aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln translated by Snoop Dogg's Shizzolator. Courtesy Steve Perry bushwarsblog.com. Don't ask me why this is interesting, or even if it is interesting -- silly mischief.]

Thank yo' ass, know what I'm sayin'? Thank yo' ass izzall hella much n' shit.

Admiral Kelly, Captain Card, officers 'n sailors of da USS Abraham Lincoln, my fellow Americans, major combat operations in Iraq has ended, know what I'm sayin'? In da battle of Iraq, da United States 'n izzle allies has prevailed."

And now izzle coalition is engaged in securing 'n reconstructing that country, know what I'm sayin'?

In this battle, we has fought fo' da cause of liberty 'n fo' da peace of da world." Our nation 'n izzle coalition are proud of this accomplishment, yet that shiznit is yo' ass, da members of da United States military, who achieved that shiznit n' shit. Your courage, yo' willingness face danger fo' yo' country 'n fo' each other made this day possible, know what I'm sayin'?

Because of yo' ass izzle nation is mo' secure, know what I'm sayin'? Because of yo' ass da tyrant has fallen 'n Iraq is free, know what I'm sayin'?

Perry: Bush Wars : W's Victory Address, Shizzolated

Posted by Brian Stefans at May 05, 2003 10:25 AM | TrackBack
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