Friday, September 7, 2007

"Osama the Butcher" Strikes Again

CAIRO, Egypt-- Bin Laden is back. The terrorist has apparently recorded an album called "Osama Butchers American Hits." The Department of Homeland Security said Thursday that this was the single worst attack on American pop culture since Milli Vanilli. The new album has Bin Laden covering such songs as, "America" by Neil Diamond, "Sunshine on My Shoulders" by John Denver and "Start Me Up" by the Rolling Stones among 10 others.

Homeland Security Spokesman Russ Knocke said the album was available for download from iTunes.

"This man has done some sickening things...but this...this is an unspeakable act of terror!" said Knocke.

The album cover depicts Bin Laden on the cover holding a guitar, his beard died jet black.

"I'll never be able to listen to Cheryl Crow's "All I Want To Do Is Have Some Fun" ever again with out seeing that sick bastard! I can't get it out of my mind!" said Gordon Johndoe, a spokesman for the National Security Council at the White House.

The album also includes a few bonus tracks including covers of "The Muppet Show" and "Sesame Street" theme songs.

We asked Steve Jobs why iTunes was carrying the album he said, "Well, whataya gonna do?"

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