US Attorney General John Ashcroft is visiting an elementary school.

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Nolan-Vinny-Sam, May 20, 2004.

  1. US Attorney General John Ashcroft is visiting an elementary school.

    After a few minutes of speaking he says, "I will now answer any questions you have."

    Timmy stands up and says: "I have four questions:

    1. How did Bush win the election with fewer votes than Gore?
    2. Why haven't you caught Osama bin Laden?
    3. Why are you using the American Patriot Act to limit civil liberties?
    4. Where are the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq?"

    Just then the recess bell goes off and the kids rush out to play.

    Upon returning, Mr. Ashcroft says: "I am sorry we were interrupted. I will answer any questions you have."

    A little girl named Julie stands up and says: "I have six questions:

    1. How did Bush win the election with fewer votes than Gore?
    2. Why haven't you caught Osama bin Laden?
    3. Why are you using the American Patriot Act to limit civil liberties?
    4. Where are the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq?
    5. Why did the recess bell ring twenty minutes early?
    6. Where is Timmy?