The entries to our TSA contest are pouring in. This one is a bit outdated, but good. It comes from one Dan Snyder:

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld today said that there had been, "absolutely no" violence in the unpopulated parts of Iraq. He went on to point out that, "outside of the large cities and smaller villages, Iraq is largely unpopulated."

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