Donald Rumsfeld Jokes
Jokes, cartoons, and satire about Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
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Read the wit and wisdom of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
View a series of doctored photos and parody pictures poking fun at Donald Rumsfeld.
Late-night jokes about Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
Watch a video clip featuring classic quotes by Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, known as Rumsfeldisms.
Craig Ferguson pays tribute to Donald Rumsfeld with a funny video featuring the defense secretary rolling a joint at the podium.
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, known for his straight-talking, no-nonsense rhetoric, was awarded this year's "Foot in Mouth Award" from Britain's Plain English Campaign. Read the sound bite that won Rumsfeld the honor.
View the infamous photo of Saddam Hussein greeting Donald Rumsfeld in Baghdad in 1983.
Political cartoonist Tom Toles of the Washington Post has come under withering assault from top level Pentagon brass for a cartoon they're calling "beyond tasteless." Read about the controversy and view the offending cartoon.
View editorial cartoons about criticism of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and calls for him to resign.
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld gets caught blatantly contradicting his past statements regarding the imminent threat posed by Iraq.
Donald Rumsfeld's patriotic lyrics for victory. Animated cartoon by Mark Fiore.
Slate presents a collection of poems consisting of the exact words of the defense secretary, as taken from the official transcripts on the Defense Department Web site.
Listen to a hilarious collection of soundbites from Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld compiled by the BBC.
Brush up on your philosophy and delve into the human psyche with this interactive classroom hosted by Donald Rumsfeld himself. Presented by Humor Is Dead.
Donald Rumsfeld demonstrates his various styles for taking on his enemies.
"The real truth is, there are no 'knowns.' This is a whole new menu. Are we in the past? No. Are we using the past's menu? No. Are there things that we know we know? Not exactly." From the New Yorker.
Read the text of Donald Rumsfeld's weekly press gaggle with assembled Fox newspeak information operatives, courtesy of White House.org.
Batteries not included. Animated cartoon by Mark Fiore.