Government bureaucrats are not known for their wit, but Iexpect one or two from the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) got achuckle recently from a routine notice of a possible sale of aircraft spareparts to
The $62 million deal outlined in the 12 May news releasesays
All good and well, but following the USA’s 2 May romp inPakistani air space to take out Osama Bin Laden, the DSCA release could havedone without some of the boilerplate statements that are standard to suchreleases.
Awkward boilerplate statement1:
“This proposed salewill contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the
Even more awkward boilerplatestatement 2:
The uninterruptedsupply of spare parts will allow
An admirable sentiment on the part of the
Nothing like a dash of unintended irony to brighten the day.
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