Friday, July 02, 2004

We're Your 25th Best Friend

The Bridges Consortium asked 3,000 Iraqis which countries they would trust most as future allies. The United States came in 25th in a field of 30, behind Saudi Arabia, Iran, Algeria, France, Russia, and Brazil.

When asked why they didn't give the U.S. a higher ranking, most Iraqis said, "We prefer countries who don't bomb our wedding parties, kill our citizens and torture our soldiers. We're not Canadians."

Look on the bright side, America. Sure, France and Iran kicked our ass when it comes to our global reputation and integrity, but where is Liechtenstein?

No, really, where is Liechtenstein, I can't find it on a map?


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