Saddam Hussein to exile in Tennessee

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  1. Al Kubeluis

    Al Kubeluis Guest

    Benters, St. Michael's Chamber of Commerce has been hoodwinked by Copperhill Copperheads who outbid
    us for The Mother of All Dictators. I'm sad to submit the report below.
    ~~~al.kubeluis..md.usa.earth.sun.milkyway.virgo.universe..corsa~~~

    COPPERHILL TENNESSEE: A group of Ocoee River raft guides and Polk County officials announced today
    that they had secured an agreement with Saddam Hussein to seek exile in Polk County Tennessee. We
    were able to offer him a very attractive package of land grants ,tax breaks ,and control of several
    raft companies to bring him to Polk Co. said Polk County Commissioner Vernon L .McClusky. McClusky
    went on to say that Hussein had agreed to build a 2.3 billion dollar Palace and bunker complex along
    Goforth Creek in the Ocoee corridor. This will be the largest construction project ever built in
    Polk Co and will provide many jobs for local people. Contact was made with Hussein last summer when
    one of Hussein's mistresses took a raft trip down the river with long time Ocoee guide Tater Smith.
    "We got to talking about how bad things were in Bagdad and how much they all wanted to come to
    America," said Smith. "It was just a natural move for me to contact the county and see if we could
    work something out." Local officials, always on the lookout for economic development opportunities,
    were quick to seize the chance to bring a big spender like Saddam to Polk County . Commissioner
    McClusky explained " We hope the Palace is just the start, with his Petroleum extraction experience
    it shouldn't be hard to get him interested I in reopening the old copper mines and smelter. " Some
    local residents are not so enthusiastic, Many are worried about having a neighbor who has such a bad
    reputation in the International Community. Local raft guides are also concerned, "We are afraid of
    some of the harsh measures he may impose on the guides" stated Chad Bongwater head guide at Cherokee
    Rafted. Guides are also unhappy about Saddam's plans to put a large image of himself on all of his
    rafts and buses. Other residents were taking the longer view. Said Ocoee river Ranger Lance Morrow"
    I think it could be a positive move. A brutal strongman like Saddam could be just the thing to bring
    discipline to Ocoee boaters."
     
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  2. Baronn1

    Baronn1 Guest

    Where's the NBC tag in the subject line???

    "Al Kubeluis" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > Benters, St. Michael's Chamber of Commerce has been hoodwinked by Copperhill Copperheads who
    > outbid us for The Mother of All Dictators. I'm sad to
    submit
    > the report below. ~~~al.kubeluis..md.usa.earth.sun.milkyway.virgo.universe..corsa~~~
    >
    > COPPERHILL TENNESSEE: A group of Ocoee River raft guides and Polk County officials
    announced
    > today that they had secured an agreement with Saddam Hussein to seek
    exile
    > in Polk County Tennessee. We were able to offer him a very attractive package of land grants ,tax
    > breaks ,and control of several raft companies to bring him to Polk Co. said Polk County
    > Commissioner Vernon L
    .McClusky.
    > McClusky went on to say that Hussein had agreed to build a 2.3
    billion
    > dollar Palace and bunker complex along Goforth Creek in the Ocoee
    corridor.
    > This will be the largest construction project ever built in Polk Co and will provide many jobs for
    > local people. Contact was made with Hussein last summer when one of Hussein's mistresses took a
    > raft trip down the river with long time Ocoee guide
    Tater
    > Smith. "We got to talking about how bad things were in Bagdad and how
    much
    > they all wanted to come to America," said Smith. "It was just a natural
    move
    > for me to contact the county and see if we could work something out." Local officials, always on
    > the lookout for economic development opportunities, were quick to seize the chance to bring a big
    > spender like Saddam to Polk County . Commissioner McClusky explained " We hope the
    Palace
    > is just the start, with his Petroleum extraction experience it shouldn't
    be
    > hard to get him interested I in reopening the old copper mines and
    smelter.
    > " Some local residents are not so enthusiastic, Many are worried about having a neighbor who has
    > such a bad reputation in the International Community. Local raft guides are also concerned, "We
    > are afraid of some of the harsh measures he may impose on the guides" stated Chad Bongwater
    head
    > guide at Cherokee Rafted. Guides are also unhappy about Saddam's plans to put a large image of
    > himself on all of his rafts and buses. Other residents were taking the longer view. Said Ocoee
    > river Ranger Lance Morrow" I think it could be a positive move. A brutal strongman
    like
    > Saddam could be just the thing to bring discipline to Ocoee boaters."
     
  3. I say "Benters", so it's only OT

    "baronn1" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > Where's the NBC tag in the subject line???
    >
    > "Al Kubeluis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Benters, St. Michael's Chamber of Commerce has been hoodwinked by Copperhill Copperheads who
    > > outbid us for The Mother of All Dictators. I'm sad to
    > submit
    > > the report below. ~~~al.kubeluis..md.usa.earth.sun.milkyway.virgo.universe..corsa~~~
    > >
    > > COPPERHILL TENNESSEE: A group of Ocoee River raft guides and Polk County officials
    > announced
    > > today that they had secured an agreement with Saddam Hussein to seek
    > exile
    > > in Polk County Tennessee. We were able to offer him a very attractive package of land grants
    > > ,tax breaks ,and control of several raft
    companies
    > > to bring him to Polk Co. said Polk County Commissioner Vernon L
    > .McClusky.
    > > McClusky went on to say that Hussein had agreed to build a 2.3
    > billion
    > > dollar Palace and bunker complex along Goforth Creek in the Ocoee
    > corridor.
    > > This will be the largest construction project ever built in Polk Co
    and
    > > will provide many jobs for local people. Contact was made with Hussein last summer when one of
    > > Hussein's mistresses took a raft trip down the river with long time Ocoee guide
    > Tater
    > > Smith. "We got to talking about how bad things were in Bagdad and how
    > much
    > > they all wanted to come to America," said Smith. "It was just a natural
    > move
    > > for me to contact the county and see if we could work something out."
    > > Local officials, always on the lookout for economic development
    > > opportunities, were quick to seize the chance to bring a big spender
    like
    > > Saddam to Polk County . Commissioner McClusky explained " We hope the
    > Palace
    > > is just the start, with his Petroleum extraction experience it shouldn't
    > be
    > > hard to get him interested I in reopening the old copper mines and
    > smelter.
    > > " Some local residents are not so enthusiastic, Many are worried
    about
    > > having a neighbor who has such a bad reputation in the International Community. Local raft
    > > guides are also concerned, "We are afraid of some
    of
    > > the harsh measures he may impose on the guides" stated Chad Bongwater
    > head
    > > guide at Cherokee Rafted. Guides are also unhappy about Saddam's plans
    to
    > > put a large image of himself on all of his rafts and buses. Other residents were taking the
    > > longer view. Said Ocoee river Ranger Lance Morrow" I think it could be a positive move. A brutal
    > > strongman
    > like
    > > Saddam could be just the thing to bring discipline to Ocoee boaters."
    > >
    >
     
  4. "baronn1" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Where's the NBC tag in the subject line??

    ditto. Another - nother - nother . . . Getting very old!

    Chris Jordan
     
  5. Freewheeling

    Freewheeling Guest

    This isn't the rafting newsgroup?

    --
    --Scott [email protected] Cut the "tail" to send email.

    "baronn1" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > Where's the NBC tag in the subject line???
    >
    > "Al Kubeluis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Benters, St. Michael's Chamber of Commerce has been hoodwinked by Copperhill Copperheads who
    > > outbid us for The Mother of All Dictators. I'm sad to
    > submit
    > > the report below. ~~~al.kubeluis..md.usa.earth.sun.milkyway.virgo.universe..corsa~~~
    > >
    > > COPPERHILL TENNESSEE: A group of Ocoee River raft guides and Polk County officials
    > announced
    > > today that they had secured an agreement with Saddam Hussein to seek
    > exile
    > > in Polk County Tennessee. We were able to offer him a very attractive package of land grants
    > > ,tax breaks ,and control of several raft
    companies
    > > to bring him to Polk Co. said Polk County Commissioner Vernon L
    > .McClusky.
    > > McClusky went on to say that Hussein had agreed to build a 2.3
    > billion
    > > dollar Palace and bunker complex along Goforth Creek in the Ocoee
    > corridor.
    > > This will be the largest construction project ever built in Polk Co
    and
    > > will provide many jobs for local people. Contact was made with Hussein last summer when one of
    > > Hussein's mistresses took a raft trip down the river with long time Ocoee guide
    > Tater
    > > Smith. "We got to talking about how bad things were in Bagdad and how
    > much
    > > they all wanted to come to America," said Smith. "It was just a natural
    > move
    > > for me to contact the county and see if we could work something out."
    > > Local officials, always on the lookout for economic development
    > > opportunities, were quick to seize the chance to bring a big spender
    like
    > > Saddam to Polk County . Commissioner McClusky explained " We hope the
    > Palace
    > > is just the start, with his Petroleum extraction experience it shouldn't
    > be
    > > hard to get him interested I in reopening the old copper mines and
    > smelter.
    > > " Some local residents are not so enthusiastic, Many are worried
    about
    > > having a neighbor who has such a bad reputation in the International Community. Local raft
    > > guides are also concerned, "We are afraid of some
    of
    > > the harsh measures he may impose on the guides" stated Chad Bongwater
    > head
    > > guide at Cherokee Rafted. Guides are also unhappy about Saddam's plans
    to
    > > put a large image of himself on all of his rafts and buses. Other residents were taking the
    > > longer view. Said Ocoee river Ranger Lance Morrow" I think it could be a positive move. A brutal
    > > strongman
    > like
    > > Saddam could be just the thing to bring discipline to Ocoee boaters."
    > >
    >
     
  6. Al Kubeluis

    Al Kubeluis Guest

    scott, right, this isn't the rafting newsgroup, this is the benting newsgroup, but that is the
    kayaking newsgroup, al

    "Freewheeling"
    > This isn't the rafting newsgroup?
    >
    > --
    > --Scott

    > "baronn1" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > > Where's the NBC tag in the subject line???
    > >
    > > "Al Kubeluis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]...
    > > > Benters, St. Michael's Chamber of Commerce has been hoodwinked by
    Copperhill
    > > > Copperheads who outbid us for The Mother of All Dictators. I'm sad to
    > > submit
    > > > the report below. ~~~al.kubeluis..md.usa.earth.sun.milkyway.virgo.universe..corsa~~~
    > > >
    > > > COPPERHILL TENNESSEE: A group of Ocoee River raft guides and Polk County officials
    > > announced
    > > > today that they had secured an agreement with Saddam Hussein to seek
    > > exile
    > > > in Polk County Tennessee. We were able to offer him a very attractive package of land grants
    > > > ,tax breaks ,and control of several raft
    > companies
    > > > to bring him to Polk Co. said Polk County Commissioner Vernon L
    > > .McClusky.
    > > > McClusky went on to say that Hussein had agreed to build a 2.3
    > > billion
    > > > dollar Palace and bunker complex along Goforth Creek in the Ocoee
    > > corridor.
    > > > This will be the largest construction project ever built in Polk Co
    > and
    > > > will provide many jobs for local people. Contact was made with Hussein last summer when one of
    > > > Hussein's mistresses took a raft trip down the river with long time Ocoee guide
    > > Tater
    > > > Smith. "We got to talking about how bad things were in Bagdad and how
    > > much
    > > > they all wanted to come to America," said Smith. "It was just a
    natural
    > > move
    > > > for me to contact the county and see if we could work something out."
    > > > Local officials, always on the lookout for economic development
    > > > opportunities, were quick to seize the chance to bring a big spender
    > like
    > > > Saddam to Polk County . Commissioner McClusky explained " We hope the
    > > Palace
    > > > is just the start, with his Petroleum extraction experience it
    shouldn't
    > > be
    > > > hard to get him interested I in reopening the old copper mines and
    > > smelter.
    > > > " Some local residents are not so enthusiastic, Many are worried
    > about
    > > > having a neighbor who has such a bad reputation in the International Community. Local raft
    > > > guides are also concerned, "We are afraid of
    some
    > of
    > > > the harsh measures he may impose on the guides" stated Chad Bongwater
    > > head
    > > > guide at Cherokee Rafted. Guides are also unhappy about Saddam's plans
    > to
    > > > put a large image of himself on all of his rafts and buses. Other residents were taking the
    > > > longer view. Said Ocoee river
    Ranger
    > > > Lance Morrow" I think it could be a positive move. A brutal strongman
    > > like
    > > > Saddam could be just the thing to bring discipline to Ocoee boaters."
    > > >
    > > >
    > >
    >
     
  7. A&B

    A&B Guest

    And not the politics group either... bill g

    Freewheeling wrote:
    >
    > This isn't the rafting newsgroup?
     
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