posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 08:50 PM
Large areas of the nation's capital were in ruins as violent protests continued for the third day against a bill that would revive the military
draft, but only for neoconservatives.
The bill, officially called the Bellicose Resources Deployment Act but informally known as the Roast Chickenhawk Initiative, would supplement the
nation's dwindling supplies of mindless belligerence by drawing on inexhaustible deposits found in seething think tanks, frothing newspaper columns,
fulminating talk-radio programs, frenzied Sunday morning television and publications owned by Australians. It would then be shipped to the Middle
East, where it is urgently needed.