Czech Mates

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A reporter from The Guardian tries to pry some detail out of members of the Coalition of the Willing on exactly how they plan to aid the war effort. Not surprisingly, there are some uncomfortable pauses before some funny answers.

But we shouldn't jest too much about the contributions of the Czech and Romanian forces. Although tiny in number, their chemical detection and mine disposal units could come in handy against Saddam's Eastern Bloc-era arsenal. In fact, mines and chem shells are probably the most lethal things he has left.

(via Fark.)

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  1. This post was so much better the second time.

  2. Plus, everyone will have hours of fun asking those guys to “czech out these chemicals of mass destruction.”

  3. Best line I’ve heard was from Jon Stewart, after the “summit” in the Azores. He said Bush calls it the “coalition of the willing,” but everyone else calls it … England and Spain.

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