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US Attorney General John Ashcroft goes to an elementary school to make a speech about patriotism. Afterwards, he asks if anyone has questions. Little Johnny raises his hand and says he has 3 questions:

1. Why are you using the Patriot Act to further curb civil liberties of US citizens?
2. Why haven't we caught bin Laden?
3. Why haven't we found WMD in Iraq?

Suddenly the recess bell rings and all the children run out of the room to play. Upon their return, Ashcroft is still there, smiling, and asks again if anyone has questions. Sally raises her hand and says she has 5 questions:

1. Why are you using the Patriot Act to further curb civil liberties of US citizens?
2. Why haven't we caught bin Laden?
3. Why haven't we found WMD in Iraq?
4. Why did the recess bell ring 20 minutes early?
5. Where's Little Johnny?

 

 

 

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