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In a highly secretive, closed door meeting, President George Bush and his top aides have reportedly knocked their heads together in an amusing Larry, Curly and Moe fashion to design a brilliant incentive package for Iran's President Ahmadinejad, that many insiders say is yet another "no brainer."

This "Top Secret" incentive package (code name: WMHAOHCROWBHOOTFOTM, or We'll Make Him An Offer He Can't Refuse Or We'll Bomb Him Off Of The Face Of The Map) is reported to offer enough incentive to assuage Ahmadinejad's taste for nuclear proliferation.

After heated debate, strategic cat-and-mouse, and catered ribs and pork rinds, the highly confidential details and parting gifts were put into print, signed, and unfortunately, bore the stains of KC Masterpiece, but nonetheless, were hand delivered to the Iranian President with utmost confidence.

A nameless source within the spine-tingling covert meeting, in addition to disclosing detailed copies of the Incentive Package, which by all accounts, is fantastically Rovian in its shrewd, tricky, surreptitious and illegal calculations, or as Bush called it, "a slam dunk!" also provided a group photo of a smiling Bush and his playmates, along with a handful of crumbs (which were later confiscated, however, when one of the aides became fearful that they would be turned over to the Boulder, Colorado district attorney).

In part, the Incentive Package, code name: get the picture)reads as follows:

Dear Mr. President Ahmadinejad,

I, President George Bush, aka The Decider, am pleased to offer you a most attractive incentive package that hopefully, will persuade you to abandon your nucear proliteration program. While I prefer to be the only decider, today, I am offering you a one time only deal to be the decider, and make the decision that is best for your fellow Iranians, and more importantly, for me.

To halt your program, I offer you 12 long-range missiles, a kilo of uranium, and a membership to the Wine of the Month Club, which I know you will especially enjoy. The month of September features a fine kosher red, a Manischewitz, which I happen to know is one of your favorites, and mine too! Therefore, following each month thereafter, you will receive another delicious wine coupled with the delivery of a missile, which we'll call, just for the fun of it (gotta have a sense of humor, Ahmi!) the Missile of the Month Club. The kilo of high-grade urine is a one shot deal.

Hopefully, the above provisions will curb your insatiable appetite for creating and deploying nurclear weapons, which by all accounts, would be a most imprudent decision.

Let me know ASAP what you decide, Mr. Decider, by tomorrow to be exact, or we will be forced to blow your *** off the, I mean, forced to impose strict sanctions on you and your fellow people, which would be a shame cuz I think you'd really get a kick out of the Manischewitz....

Always, George

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Jan Baumgartner is the author of the memoir, Moonlight in the Desert of Left Behind. She was born near San Francisco, California, and for years lived on the coast of Maine. She is a writer and creative content book editor. She's worked as a grant (more...)

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